MEP Infrastructure Developers has signed an agreement with an arm of the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB Malaysia) for joint development of projects in India. Â“The company has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with CIDB Holdings SDN BHD to promote and develop their cooperation by knowledge sharing and introducing best practices towards joint development of highways and expressways projects in India and related investment,Â” the company said in a regulatory filing.
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NHAI awards Rs.2,640 cr road projects in Gujarat
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MEP to launch InvIT in FY17, to raise Rs.1,200 cr
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MEP Infra bags two NHAI toll collection projects
MEP Infrastructure Developers has bagged two projects from National Highways Authority of India for collection of toll for a year at Surjapur Toll Plaza in West Bengal and Dasna Toll Plaza in Uttar Pradesh, the company said.