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Toyota bids for Africa's largest PPP project

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    mwathai Senior Member

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    The Investment arm of the Japanese auto Maker Toyota Motor corporation has bid for the 2000km long Lamu-Juba Pipeline. The project will cost a whopping US$3 billion easily making the largest PPP project in Africa.
    The entry of the Private sector in the development of Lapsset transport corridor of -which the Juba-Lamu Pipeline is an integral part- could be the first shot to the entry of the Private sector in the development of other components of the corridor. These include the Lamu-Juba railway Line, 29 berths at Lamu Port, and three resort cities.
    http://eaers.blogspot.com/2012/08/toyota-bids-for-africas-largest-ppp_20.htm
     
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    Bantugbro JF-Expert Member

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    Get your facts right...
     
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    mwathai Senior Member

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    perhaps you should add the facts. The bold lines suggests that there is another a larger PPP project in Africa. Which is it?
     
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    Dhuks JF-Expert Member

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    That figure you give is massively under-quoted.
    In Kenyan money the project was quoted in terms of trillions but if you make the conversion this 3billion will amount to like 250billion so just like Bantugbro said get your facts right.
     
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    Nyunyu JF-Expert Member

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    The number aren't right mkuu!!

    Did you get them right?
     
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    Bantugbro JF-Expert Member

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    Are you still looking for a calculator?
     
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    mwathai Senior Member

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    If you have nothing to write. Don't write it here. I have not quoted shillings anywhere. Therefore you are not talking to me. The three billion quoted is the cost build the Pipeline from Juba to Lamu and it is in US dollars.
    You have a habit of getting things wrong including attributing to me things I never wrote or know anything about.@ Nyunyu.The numbers are accurate.
     
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    Dhuks JF-Expert Member

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    Drop the arrogance, last time i checked this blog was not your own so you cant stop me from criticizing you.
     
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    Bukyanagandi JF-Expert Member

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    Exaggeration mkuu and misinformation that's what they're PRIMED FOR!
     
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    mwathai Senior Member

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    what blog?
     
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    Geza Ulole JF-Expert Member

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    what happened to this project Livale
     
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