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Sharjah Chamber Signs MOU with Chinese Delegation

Signed an MoU with China Council for the Promotion of International Trade The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding with China Council for the Promotion of International Trade yesterday. The MOU, which aim to enhance Sharjah’s ties with international trade partners, will pave the way for a unique and mutually beneficial trade …

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Chinese Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Mdm. Sun Baohong Called on the President-elect of the Republic of Ghana

Chinese Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Mdm. Sun Baohong called on the President-elect of the Republic of Ghana H.E. Mr. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and conveyed the congratulatory message and greetings from H.E. Mr. Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China and wished the national construction of Ghana would make greater progress under his leadership. Ambassador Sun expressed that …

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Gabon’s infrastructure plans get a boost

President Xi Jinping and African nation’s top leader oversee signing of preferential loan agreements China agreed on Dec 7 to provide preferential loans to Gabon to support the African country’s infrastructure projects. President Xi Jinping and President Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon oversaw the Beijing signing ceremony of four bilateral cooperative documents, two of them including preferential loans. China will …

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Nigeria upholds one-China policy: prominent figures

Nigeria upholds the one-China policy and cannot have two embassies from China, prominent Nigerian figures said here on Saturday. Speaking at the Nigeria/China Friendship Association (NICAF)’s 24th Annual General Meeting in Lagos, they said it was recently discovered from an online publication that there is a new so-called “Taiwanese ambassador” with “an embassy” in Abuja. “Taiwan cannot have a diplomatic …

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Interview: Belt and Road initiative to spur Africa’s growth, reshape global order: experts

The Belt and Road initiative envisioned by Chinese leaders to revive ancient trading routes will unleash prosperity in Africa while refashioning the global order, Kenyan experts said. China in 2013 announced its support for large-scale infrastructure projects such as roads, railways and seaports to help revive ancient maritime and land-based trading routes stretching from countries in Asia to Europe and …

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China to build modern international road transport system by 2020

China will build an open, modern and efficient international road system by 2020 to facilitate international transport and strengthen connectivity among countries along the Belt and Road. China will advance transport infrastructure construction along the Belt and Road, improve customs clearance efficiency and strengthen emergency rescue capabilities to facilitate international transport, according to a circular jointly released by eight central …

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Could economic warfare loom between the USA & China after Trump’s election?

US President-elect Donald J. Trump has been vocal and critical about China’s economic involvement in the USA. The US has struggled with economic growth since the nineties and struggles to compete with competitive emerging markets such as China. Since the confirmation of his election, he has been congratulated by the Chinese President Xi JinPing who also said that cooperation between …

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UNAIDS participates in China-Africa Children Summer Camp

Chinese version of award-winning book is launched at the Opening Ceremony. The China-Africa Children Summer Camp opened today under the theme of “Love in the Sunshine”, bringing together 60 young people living with or affected by HIV from China, Ghana, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Held on the grounds of the Forbidden City, in attendance at the event were the First …

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Ghanaian president commissions China-funded modern market in Cape Coast

by Justice Lee Adoboe Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama commissioned on Tuesday a China EXIM Bank-financed modern market project for traders in ancient capital Cape Coast, 150 km west of the capital. The new Kotokuraba project, which took about four years to complete, has several facilities including a 200-capacity car park, surface and overhead water tanks, a solar system for …

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China, South Africa to cement cooperation, party-to-party exchanges

Visiting Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao said Tuesday that China is ready to deepen cooperation and party-to-party exchanges with South Africa. China and South Africa, both of which are major emerging and developing countries as well as members of the BRICS cooperation mechanism, are seeing their bilateral ties gain increasing global influence and strategic importance, Li said during a meeting …

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