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TMCNet:  SUPPLY AND APPLICATION OF MTS. MAIN FAADE OF PAINTING ON COLUMNS AND BEAMS COLOR YELLOW [TenderNews.com - Tenders (India)]

[February 06, 2013]

SUPPLY AND APPLICATION OF MTS. MAIN FAADE OF PAINTING ON COLUMNS AND BEAMS COLOR YELLOW [TenderNews.com - Tenders (India)]

(TenderNews.com - Tenders (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SUPPLY AND APPLICATION OF MTS. MAIN FAADE OF PAINTING ON COLUMNS AND BEAMS COLOR YELLOW more info : Location : GUATEMALA BidDate : 2/5/2013 Tender Country : GUATEMALA Tender Type : Tenders Tendering Authority : SOCIAL SECURITY INSTITUTE GUATEMALTECO - IGSS- Tendering Authority Address : GUATEMALTECO INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SECURITY - IGSS - NIT: 2342855 Type: Decentralized organization, autonomous and Social Security Entity the funds origin: 11400068 - INST. GUAT. SOCIAL SECURITY - IGSS- Department: GUATEMALA Municipality: GUATEMALA Address: 7a. 22-72 Avenue, Civic Center, Zone 1 Telephone No: 24121224 ext. 1233-1239 Fax Number: 24121224 ext. 1235-1238 P.O. box: [-] Email Address: gladys.navas igssgt.org Financier : Self Funded Tearn Money : Not Specified (c) 2013 TenderNews.com Provided by Syndigate.info an Albawaba.com company

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