Duta Graha Indah, a construction company implicated in the graft case of Democratic Party politician Muhammad Nazaruddin, aims to secure Rp 1.5 trillion ($163 million) in new contracts this year, almost doubling from 2010, as it tries to clean up its image at home and abroad. “Duta Graha Indah is bidding for several infrastructure and building contracts in Indonesia as well as overseas,” Djohan Halim, the company’s corporate secretary, said after a shareholder meeting in Jakarta on Monday. Duta Graha is bidding to build an apartment complex in Saudi Arabia at an estimated value of just under $50 million, he said. It is also bidding for an infrastructure project in Vietnam.
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