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The third phase of the GEM

A Belgium and an Egyptian companies won the bid of the third phase of the Grand Egyptian Museum

Nevine El-Aref , Monday 19 Dec 2011
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The Ministry of State for Antiquities (MSA) announced today the name of the two companies that won the bid to construct the third and last phase of the Grand Egyptian museum overlooking the Giza plateau.

It consists of the costruction of the museum’s main building and its landscape.

Mohamed Ibrahim MSA’s minister told Ahram online that the construction work will start mid January 2012 following the signature of the contract and will last for two years.

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