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Budapest Waterworks provides water for Indonesian communities

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Waterworks of Budapest won the tender of the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works to provide water for 35 Indonesian communities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced in a press release today.

According to the announcement, the $50 mln agreement will provide an opportunity to Hungarian small- and medium-sized enterprises to become involved in the international project as suppliers. 

The report noted that the supply of clean water is still a significant concern in smaller Indonesian towns. In the coming years, the Indonesian government is planning to solve the water supply problems currently affecting 700 towns.  

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