Plans for Sino-luso Services Complex delayed


During an update on the public tender for the construction of the Services Complex for Trade Co-operation between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries, the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) announced yesterday that it would need extra time to conclude the first phase of the evaluation of proposals.
The Bureau explained that the additional time is due to the large amount of documents received as well as the complexity of the content under scrutiny.
It claimed, however, that the first phase of evaluation would be concluded soon.
The Bureau added that information on the ‘costs of works’ and the launching of the second phase of the public tender will be divulged soon.
Twelve companies have submitted proposals for the construction of the complex, to be developed near Nan Van Lake.

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