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Nothing but poor excuses : Calls for MFEM to come clean on water deal

Monday 16 January 2023 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Economy, National

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Nothing but poor excuses : Calls for MFEM to come clean on water deal
The Chinese Civil Engineering and Construction Company (CCECC) workers carrying out the first phase of Te Mato Vai water project in 2014. 14060610

Several months after the Cook Islands Government said it reached an agreement with the Chinese state-owned company over the replacement of faulty pipes in a major water infrastructure project, there has yet to be an official response.

Several months after the Cook Islands Government said it reached an agreement with the Chinese state-owned company over the replacement of faulty pipes in a major water infrastructure project, there has yet to be an official response.


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