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Trafalgar House subsidiary Gammon came in with the lowest bid of HK$580 million (£50 million) for the contract to widen the Lung Cheung and Ching Cheung Roads in north west Kowloon.Bids for the job of increasing the 2 km route from two to three lanes closed last week. The second highest bidder was Kier International at HK$622 million (£54 million), ahead of local firm Shin On. Other bids came from: Aoki of Japan, German-owned Franki, and Hong Kong contractor Paul Y.At the ...

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