Argentina Moves Forward With Controversial Chinese-Funded Aqueducts

17 Jun 2016 by Local Press Report

Argentina is seeking to push ahead with the construction of two aqueducts to irrigate crop plantations in the province of Entre Ríos despite widespread opposition from political parties and environmental organisations. Concerns have been raised about the lack of transparency and environmental risks associated with the projects, which will be fully financed by Chinese banks.

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