Namibia and China Sign MoU Relating to Agriculture, Infrastructure, and Energy

The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) on Tuesday [7 November 2017] which will result in the further development of trade and investment relations…Full Article: China Daily Nov 2017 Key Point The MoU focused on cooperation in

Chinese Agriculture Specialists Train Farmers in Benin

Chinese farming experts have started here a 10-day training program for Benin’s gardeners, farmers, poultry producers and technical supervision officials. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce, the pilot center for Chinese farming techniques in Benin and Benin’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fishery are joint organizers of the training program…Full Article: Xinhua Aug 2017 Key Point

Zambia Eyes Closer Agricultural Cooperation with China

Zambia’s favorable natural conditions for agricultural development and China’s cutting edge in capital, technology and experience present a great opportunity for the two countries to increase cooperation in the agricultural sector, a top Chinese official said on Thursday [3 August 2017]…Full Article: Xinhua Aug 2017 Key Points Approximately 500 Zambian agriculture specialist have been trained

China and Gambia May Cooperate on Agriculture Development

China is ready to enhance cooperation with Gambia in infrastructure, agriculture, tourism and other fields, said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi here on Tuesday. Wang said the resumption of diplomatic ties between the two countries has not only brought bilateral relations back to the right track, but also opened up broad prospects for cooperation…Full Article:

Chinese Company Under Suspicion of Illegal Logging in Namibia’s Zambezi Region

The company cutting down protected trees in the Zambezi region to pave the way for a Green Scheme project was not given the green light by the environment ministry to clear that particular portion of the farm. Although the environment ministry’s spokesperson, Romeo Muyunda, confirmed that a clearance certificate was awarded, he said that was

Jiangxi Enterprise to Construct Irrigation System in Ethiopia

A 3,000-hectare irrigation project built by China’s Jiangxi Water and Hydropower Construction is expected to be commissioned in October, an Ethiopian official said Friday [16 June 2017]. The statement by Bizuneh Tolcha, Director of Public Relations and Communications Directorate at the Ethiopian Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy (MoWIE), said the project costs 55 million