Home Construction A Kuwaiti-owned company, Agility, sign an investment contract worth about $340m

A Kuwaiti-owned company, Agility, sign an investment contract worth about $340m

The Kuwaiti company, Agility, announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary S2 for the management and development of lands and real estate has signed an agreement with the Public Authority for Housing Welfare – governmental – to develop warehouses and workers accommodation on an area of ​​1.2 million square meters in Sabah Al-Ahmad Residential City, according to the Agility statement published on the Kuwaiti Stock Exchange website Today.

According to today’s statement, the investment period is 30 years, with a value of about 104 million Kuwaiti dinars ($ 339.9 million).

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