CCECC

AcronymDefinition
CCECCChina Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (est. 1979; China)
CCECCCenter for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption
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According to him, the favorable investment environment in Azerbaijan creates a good base for cooperation with the CCECC.
The study includes technical elements based on the assessment of the water's temperature in the Mediterranean Sea, CCECC General Manager Zhao Dianlong noted.
entered into an agreement with CCECC for the construction of the proposed $3.7-billion intracity subway in Makati City.
Phil.Infradev, formerly known as IRC Properties, has executed a binding memorandum of agreement with CCECC.
In a press conference, CCECC president Zhao Dianlong said the Chinese company has been in the Philippines for several years but continues to look at various opportunities.
On July 30, this newspaper reported how the CCECC had concluded the selection of successful applicants for its controversial railway scholarship.
CCECC, a subsidiary of Chinese state rail builder China Railway Construction Corporation, has been involved in other parts of the Lagos-Kano rail project, which started in 2006 and was broken into segments for implementation.
The business activities of CCECC have spanned over 40 countries and regions and more than 20 overseas offices or subsidiaries have been established.
ISLAMABAD -- Empire Properties, the Pakistan registered trustees of leading International Developers CPIC, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) as the prospective contractor for the construction of China Pak Golf Estates, Gwadar'sfirst luxury, gated Golf Community.
CCECC is a Chinese state-owned construction company and was established in June 1979 under the parent company China Railway Construction Corporation(CRCC), which is the second largest construction and engineering company in the world.
A large chunk of the money, some US$16.4 million, was used to purchase six locomotives and spare parts from the Chinese Civil Engineering and Construction Corporation (CCECC), a large state-owned company that had been involved in the TAZARA railway since the 1970s.
The Addis Ababa-Djibouti railway was constructed by the China Rail- way Group and China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), with a total investment of $4bn.