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Congo gets CFA F 200m from FDA to train electricity workers.

The French Development Agency (FDA) has given Congo a grant of CFA F 200 million to help the country finance the training of workers of its national electricity supply company (SNE), the Congolese Ministry of Energy and Water said in a statement issued here Friday.

The grant was made under an agreement signed Wednesday in Brazzaville between the Congolese government and the French company, ElectricitiAAA' de France (EDF).

SNE workers, who are battling enormous technical difficulties, have not undergone any training in the last 15 years.

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Date:Apr 21, 2013
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