Mexico declares void tender for airport's last major contract

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Monday, November 6, 2017

The tender to build the intermodal ground transport center (CITT) of Mexico City's 186bn-peso (US$10bn) international airport, currently under construction, has been declared void by GACM, the state-run holding in charge of developing the project. An evaluation committee reviewed the 11 technical...

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