World’s Largest Construction Firm Heads to ZIM
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The world’s largest infrastructure development company, China Communications Construction Company (CCCC), will soon establish a regional office in Zimbabwe at the invitation of President Mnangagwa. Speaking during a tour of the company here yesterday, the President said Zimbabwe’s infrastructure was 18 years behind due to sanctions imposed by the West, stressing that companies such as CCCC would transform the situation for Zimbabwe.
Rail, road, dams and airport infrastructure needed reconstruction for the economy to perform optimally.
“Yes, as a Government we do not have adequate resources to finance these projects, but I believe you (CCCC) can access funding. l feel this is the correct place. The ball is in your court to come and partner Zimbabwe.
The Chinese firm immediately accented to the request and said they would come to Zimbabwe.
“Yes, indeed our company will establish a branch in Harare as soon as possible,” said CCCC chairman Liu Qitao.