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PARIS, Dec 11 (Reuters) - France and Libya have signed a cooperation agreement on the civilian use of nuclear energy worth at least two billion euros in potential contracts, the office of President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Tuesday.
According to Sarkozy’s office, Veolia signed a water contract with Libya worth 2.1 billion euros over 25 years while Vinci’s contracts, which cover the construction of Tripoli’s new airport and road building works, are worth around 600 million euros. (Reporting by Emmanuel Jarry)
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