Guyana Transport Infrastructure Gets IDB Funding Boost

Guyana signed a USD24.8 million road development loan agreement with the Inter-American Development Bank, the West Indian News reports. The loan will support an ongoing project that seeks to improve urban and suburban mobility in the country. The project also covers the rehabilitation of several transport infrastructure leading to agricultural areas.

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