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  • 22 Nov 2013- 10:09 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MANAGUA, Nicaragua Nicaraguan public water utility ENACAL said this week that it will achieve 93 percent water coverage in the country by 2017. The company has invested over $400 million USD for wate projects since 2007. ENACAL Executive President Ervin
  • 22 Oct 2013- 10:05 by OOSKAnews Correspondent CAIRO, Egypt Egypt will allocate $3.2 billion USD for new development and infrastructure projects by the beginning of 2014, according to Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Mounir Fakhri Abdel-Nour. “This is the second incentive package that is meant
  • 18 Oct 2013- 10:26 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MANAGUA, Nicaragua Environmentalists and residents of the Nicaraguan city of Matagalpa are protesting Canadian mining company B2Gold's latest planned open pit gold mine in the country. Nicaraguan environmental NGO The Humboldt Center said the
  • 2 Oct 2013- 10:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MANAMA, Bahrain The common water network that Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are planning to construct will cost some $10.5 billion USD, according to Bahraini Minister of Electricity and Water Abdel-Mohsen Ben Ali Merza. “The project will be
  • 25 Sep 2013- 10:10 by Local Press Report DUBAI Bloomberg Desalination plants that make seawater potable supply 98.8 percent of Dubai’s water, with the remaining 1.2 percent coming from groundwater sources, the Arabian Water and Power Forum was told today. Dubai is the commercial, banking and
  • 3 Sep 2013- 10:01 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MANAGUA, Nicaragua Nicaragua is looking to attract Indian businesses to participate in its planned canal project to link the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. A Chinese company, HK Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Co. Ltd
  • 17 Jun 2013- 10:19 by Local Press Report MANAGUA Tengri News A proposed Nicaraguan waterway rivaling the Panama Canal would cause an environmental disaster threatening drinking water supplies and fragile ecosystems, AFP reports citing conservationists. President Daniel Ortega approved the $40