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SOUTH KOREA TO PARTNER WITH GREATER PH 11th November, 2015

 



 KOREAN GOVT SET TO COLLABORATE WITH RIVERS STATE ON NEW CITY DEVELOPMENT
The investment drive of the Rivers State Government is already yielding positive results, as the Republic of Korea expressed readiness to collaborate with the State Government in the development of infrastructure.
This follows a commitment made by the Korean Ambassador to Nigeria, Noh Kyu Duke during an official working visit to the Administrator of Greater Port Harcourt City Development Authority, Ambassador Desmond Akawor, recently, as both explored investment possibilities in the New City development.
The Korean Ambassador hinted that the partnership will lead to the delivery of sustainable economic development in the areas of power, transport/logistics and housing for job creation.
Ambassador Akawor assured the Korean delegation of the State Government’s willingness to partner with investors in developing Rivers State, adding that the Greater Port Harcourt City Development Authority (GPHCDA) has the mandate of building a new city with modern infrastructure; to decongest the old city of Port Harcourt and improve the living standards of the people.

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