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29Oct92 PORTUGAL: LISBON BRIDGE GROUPS ARE UNDER EC SCRUTINY.

The European Commission is investigating claims that the Portuguese transport ministry broke EC directives this week when it invited prequalifying proposals for the 130,000 million escudo (£605 million) construction of the second Tagus crossing outside Lisbon.The inquiry started after the Portuguese transport minister, Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral, said in an interview last Wednesday that five groups would be invited to submit prequalifying bids this week.The five, which include ...

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