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Engineering & Construction

Kajima to pay $48m in compensation for troubled Algeria project

Japanese contractor ordered to make restitution to 3 former partners

The highway project in Algeria had been the largest overseas project tackled by a Japanese consortium at the time. (Photo courtesy of Kajima)

TOKYO -- A lengthy dispute over a doomed Algerian construction project ended Thursday with Japanese contractor Kajima ordered to pay over 5.5 billion yen ($48 million) in restitution to three parties.

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