Hungarian wastewater treatment plant handed over in Ghana
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The first wastewater treatment plant built with Hungarian technology in Ghana has been handed over, according to origo.hu.
The handover took place in May, at a solemn ceremony organized with the participation of high-level government and business actors. The Kumasi Wastewater Treatment Plant was designed and built by the Pureco-Unit Consortium for one of Ghana's largest privately held businesses, the Jospong Group of Companies.
The Hungarian export credit agency, EXIM, provided financing for the investment in the form of a so-called customer loan, where the client provided the loans to the Ghanaian party, thus ensuring the implementation of the project, the success of the Hungarian consortium's exports, and a stable financial return.
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