Guyana Receives IDB Aid for Road Upgrades

    The Inter-American Development Bank has approved a USD24.8 million credit line for the

    in Guyana. The funding will support the rehabilitation of the East and West Canje roads and urban arterial road network in country's the capital city of Georgetown, as well as the access road between the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and the East Bank road. The 3.5-kilometer airport road and the 7-kilometer-long Sheriff Street-Mandela road in the capital will also be re-paved using the funds.

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