Tuy IV water project due to wrap up in June

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Venezuela's environment ministry (Minamb) and Brazilian firm Camargo Corrêa are due to complete works on the US$880mn Tuy IV potable water project in Miranda state by June this year, Minamb said in a release.

The project began in 2009 and was initially expected to wrap up in July 2012.

The project involves a pipeline supplying 21,000l/s of water from the Cuira river to capital Caracas and neighboring Miranda state's Valles de Tuy district, benefiting some 1mn residents.

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The project is being partly financed by Brazilian development bank BNDES.