Construction begins on KIPCO's $2-$2.5 bln real estate project
Banks will provide financing for half of project, with promoter funding remainder directly
Kuwait Projects Co (KIPCO), the Gulf state’s largest investment company, said on Sunday construction had begun on its $2 billion to $2.5 billion real estate project in Kuwait.
Banks will provide financing for half of the project, with KIPCO funding the remainder directly, said Tawfiq al-Jarrah,
executive director of Hessah Al Mubarak Real Estate Development.
Kuwait’s Burgan Bank will be among the main lenders to the project, he said at a press conference about the development.
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