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While Sinohydro’s Road Work Maybe Progressing Slowly in Ghana, Government Supporters Insist Progress is Being Made

Government supporters published videos on social media this weekend to push back against the narrative that progress isn’t being made as part of the $2 billion Sinohydro-bauxite deal. 

Also, last month, the news site Graphic Online reported that Chinese contractors had begun work on 30 different road projects covering 22 kilometers as part of the same resource-for-infrastructure arrangement.

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