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Dec 09, 2009 17:30 EEST
SKOPJE (Macedonia), December 9 (SeeNews) – Ukraininan bus manufacturer LAZ has been ranked the best bidder in a tender to supply 80 single and four double-articulated city buses to Macedonia for a combined 659.2 million denars ($15.8 million/10.7 million euro), the transport ministry in Skopje said on Wednesday.
Two other companies, Solaris Bus&Coach from Poland and Chinese-based Zhengzhou Yutong Group took part in the tender called earlier this year, the transport ministry said in a statement posted on its website.
The delivery of the four double-articulated buses and at least eight single buses for the public transport in Skopje is expected by the end of 2010. The remaining single buses will be delivered in 2011, the statement said.
Skopje, a city of some 700,000 people straddling the Vardar river, uses outdated and air-polluting buses as its sole means of public transport.
(1 euro=61.611 Macedonian denars)
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