By Euro Weekly News Media • 09 November 2011 • 16:45
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SOME €105 million will be invested in the Malaga Metro next year.
More than €25 million will be provided by the Junta de Andalucia Council for Public Works and Housing, and the rest by Metro Malaga, the company which will run the service, thanks to a loan from the European Investment Bank. This will allow for work to run to schedule.
More than €421 million has already been invested in the work, and a further €339 million will be invested to complete it.
In total, the council plans to spend around €989 million on transport services and infrastructures, out of their total budget for 2012 of €1.35 billion.
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