Chinese Financed Construction to Begin on Biomass Plant in Guinea-Bissau

Preliminary work for the construction of the biomass power plant in Mansoa, central Guinea-Bissau, will begin in March, with the arrival of Chinese technicians, announced the Guinean representative of Chinese company Shenyang Lan Sa Trading Co Ltd, which is financing the project…Full Article: Macauhub Feb 2017 Key Point In March 2017, preliminary construction will begin

China Touts South-South Cooperation (SSC) Agricultural Project in Namibia

About 355 Namibian farmers and government staff have benefited from training with Chinese experts on skills from rice farming to compost making, said Namibia’s agriculture permanent secretary Percy Misika. Through a project under the Tripartite Agreement on South-South Cooperation (SSC) signed with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and China, which started in 2015 and

Chinese Agricultural Experts Holding Training Workshop in Namibia’s Zambezi Region

More Namibian farmers have become beneficiaries of the South-to-South Cooperation (SSC) agreement, which has brought more Chinese experts to the African country to teach farming technologies…Full Article: Nov 2016 Key Point In 2014, China launched the South-South Cooperation (SSC) project in Namibia. The project was focused on aiding farmers in Zambezi Region, northeastern Namibia.

China to Finance the Construction of an Agricultural Development Project in Luanda Province

Ten million US dollars is the value availed by China to support the construction of the Agricultural Technologies Demonstration Centre in Angola. The confirmation was made on Monday [17 October 2016] in Luanda by the Chinese ambassador to Angola, Cui Aimin, during the signing ceremony of the Implementation Agreement of the Project of Agricultural Technologies

Chinese Investors Sign Agricultural MoU with Officials from Nigeria’s Bauchi State

The Bauchi State Government will sign Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with some Chinese investors wishing to invest in the state’s economy. The parties said that signing the pacts would ignite bilateral cooperation between the state and China for economic development, investment, technical assistance and partnership in agriculture, with emphasis on production, farm mechanisation and water