Cleaning Services in Addis Ketema
The government has promised to boost the cleanliness of the country’s roads and ensure better cleanliness of the public sector and it has promised additional investment in road construction by the private sector as part of its Road Ahead initiative, said the Minister of Infrastructure.
Mr. Rajoy told the Congress that there would be better infrastructure that would be much smoother, more efficient and more reliable. He was asked whether the government was open to expanding its infrastructure budget with capital investment.
“It’s an absolutely necessary initiative for infrastructure investments in India as many large Indian companies are investing a few hundred lakhs and I don’t think that the government wants to see something that is not going to take off anytime soon, but to increase its construction budget, which is what I am looking at,” Mr. Rajoy said.
He said building an infrastructure will cost the government about Rs 17.3 billion, which could help to alleviate the budget deficits and even allow the government to borrow to provide extra funding.