Consortium led by Corsan-Corviam will build $600 mln hydroelectric plant in Peru - government
LIMA, March 21
LIMA, March 21 (Reuters) - Spanish construction company Corsan-Corviam and the Brazilian companies Engevix and Enex won the right to build a $600 million hydroelectric plant in southern Peru, the government investment agency said on Thursday.
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