Zimbabwe Seeks Cooperation With China’s Anhui Province

Zimbabwe Seeks Cooperation With China’s Anhui Province

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called for more enterprises in East China’s Anhui province to invest in Zimbabwe.

The Zimbabwean leader made the remarks was made during a two-day tour to the province, marking his first visit to Anhui as president since taking office last November.

Li Jinbin, Party chief of Anhui, and Li Guoying, governor of Anhui, met with Mnangagwa as well as Zimbabwean senior officials in charge of foreign affairs and international trade, environment, water conservancy and climate, finance and economic development, energy and power, transport and infrastructure, industry, trade and corporate development, information technology and internet security, and tourism.

The delegation also held talks with local companies including Anhui Foreign Economic Construction (Group) Co., an enterprise mainly engaged in international project contracting and overseas mineral resources development, and Anhui Agricultural Reclamation (Group) Co., which has already been in partnership with Zimbabwean counterparts.


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