Talks restart for Jordan railway
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Talks restart for Jordan railway

Talks restart for Jordan railway

The Jordanian government is to begin negotiations next week with a Kuwaiti-Spanish consortium to build the Amman-Zarqa light railway project. The move comes after authorities canned the original JD153m ($217m) deal, won by a Pakistani-Chinese-Jordanian consortium, on legal grounds. Work on the 30-month project is due to begin in late June. Once completed commuters will be able to travel between Zarqa City and the Raghadan station in Amman city centre.

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