ADB Helps Improve Indian State’s Roads

The Asian Development Bank will provide USD200 million to help improve roads in the state of Jharkhand in eastern India.

The funds will be spent for the rehabilitation of some 311 kilometers of the Govindpur-Sahebganj State highway, iGovernment reports.

The loan agreement is ADB’s first engagement in a road rehabilitation project in Jharkhand. It was recently signed by ADB officials and representatives of Jharkhand’s state government.

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