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Turkey's Calik to build Georgian power plant

ISTANBUL, Aug 3 (Reuters) - Calik Holding, a Turkish energy company, said on Friday it haD signed a deal with Georgia’s state-owned Partnership Fund to build a $200 million power plant near Tblisi.

The natural-gas combined cycle plant, the first of its kind to be built in Georgia, will have a capacity of 230 megawatts, Istanbul-based Calik Holding said in an emailed statement.

The plant is due to begin operating in 2014, it said. (Reporting By Ayla Jean Yackley, editing by Jane Baird)

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