SHANGHAI, April 28- China Railway Construction Corp Ltd has signed two deals worth a combined $5.5 billion for construction projects in Africa, Xinhua reported late on Monday, as the country's railway firms increasingly flex their muscle overseas. CRCC's China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation unit will work on a $3.5 billion intercity railway...» Read More
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