Independent expert to review fibre-optic cable project – PM

-two years behind schedule

An independent third party expert has been requested to examine the project bringing the terrestrial fibre-optic cable from Brazil, Prime Minister Samuel Hinds has said.

Responding to questions posed by APNU parliamentarian Joseph Harmon in the National Assembly on the project and its Manager Alexei Ramotar, Hinds in a written response said that the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex Long-Haul (DWDM) Fibre project is well within its budget and while it has an estimated cost of US$5 million, approximately …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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