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Japan's IHI to help build Mumbai sea bridge

Tokyo's infrastructure exports swing from energy to transportation

Japanese engineering group IHI completed the bridge across Turkey's Izmit Bay last year.

TOKYO -- Japanese civil engineering group IHI has won a contract to build part of what will be India's longest sea bridge, linking central Mumbai to new urban developments and helping ease traffic woes in the area.

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority has chosen a consortium of subsidiary IHI Infrastructure Systems and local contractor Larsen & Toubro to build the first 10km section of the 22km Mumbai Trans Harbor Link.

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