Fri, 23 Nov 2018 11:45 - Updated Fri, 23 Nov 2018 11:45
China willing to invest in development of Angola's industrial sector
Huambo - The government of the Republic Popular of China is willing to invest in the development of Angola?s industrial sector, taking into account the potential of the country?s agro-livestock.
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This was announced to the press on Thursday in central Huambo province by the Chinese ambassador to Angola, Cui Aimin, at the end of an assessment visit to the investments made by his country in the central province.
The intention, said the Chinese diplomat, is fruit of the cooperation agreements signed by the two governments, mainly of those made in the agriculture sector.
Cui Aimin underscored that Huambo province could take huge advantages with implementation of cooperation agreements between the two countries, due to its agricultural, livestock and industrial potential.
The Chinese diplomat expects that the Angolan government takes advantage of the China’s cooperation to improve the living conditions of the people, generate jobs and increase the income of the families.
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