China: De Vido presented a project to build two hydroelectric dams
September 27, 2012
Federal Planning Minister Julio De Vido, made in China, the call for a public tender for the construction of two dams in the province of Santa Cruz.
They will be named President Néstor Kirchner and Governor George Cepernic, which according to the official, are “the largest hydroelectric project in our history to face only by Argentina, without the participation of any neighboring country.”
The dam will harness the flow that has the river of the same name in the province.
“This model of building large projects is a great investment opportunity that brings good business for employers and for the country,” De Vido said according Telam.
The presentation was made before about 120 business executives who were at the China World Tower, the 80-story building, the tallest in the Chinese capital.
“The presence of Chinese deals in the process has to be a reflection of how the relationship grew between the two countries in the past eight years,” said De Vido.