Pointers July 2009

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Canadian consultants are to start work this month on a 12-month feasibility study into the proposed railway linking the Mmamabula and Morupule coalfields in Botswana with Walvis Bay in Namibia. The World Bank has provided a US$44000 grant, and the two countries will each contribute US$82000.

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