This week in construction news (13 Nov ‘17)
The Middle East goes big this week, as Saudi Aramco signs $4.5 billion worth of oil and gas deals.
Philippines starts construction in the disputed waters of South China Sea, even as China builds defence systems on their manmade islands.
Yet another Chinese company has shared its goals for expansion into foreign soil. Not only Chinese machinery are becoming increasingly ubiquitous, Chinese construction companies are increasingly commonplace across the world.
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DHAHRAN Saudi Arabia - Saudi Aramco on Thursday signed agreements worth 4.5 billion with firms from Europe the United…www.todayonline.com
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