Work on the part-built 6·8 km metro line in the Brazilian city of Salvador was expected to resume in April, after a seven-year suspension. The government has allocated US$120m so that the consortium of Camargo Corrêa, Andrade Gutierrez and Siemens can complete the line by the end of 2007. Bahia ...

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