Rival company says specialty hospital contracts likely to be retendered

Indian company, Fedders Lloyd says it believes that after New Delhi’s Parlia-ment reviews the controversial contract award for US$18 million Specialty Hospital at Turkeyen, East Coast Demerara, it will be retendered here.

“We believe that after all the evidence has been reviewed and this matter is taken before our parliament, when it reconvenes… this project will go back to tender,” Chair-man of Fedders Lloyd, Naresh Chandra Soral told Stabroek News last week.

He said too that with Indian parliamentarian Kirti Azad taking Guyana’s specialty hospital project along with others from countries in Africa, in total some US$1.2 billion, and questioning their transparency, his company is more confident that the contract  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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