Chinese Delegation Jets In :President Visitors
China has sent an 11-member delegation to Zimbabwe as a follow-up to President Mnangagwa’s State visit to the Asian economic giant early this month where several business deals were signed, while relations between the two countries were elevated to the highest status.
The delegation is exploring investment opportunities in various sectors in response to President Mnangagwa’s invitation and call that Zimbabwe is now open for business.
The Head of State and Government was in China two weeks ago where he sealed multiple business deals that will result in new projects, including giving traction to those that stalled under the previous political administration.
The latest Chinese delegation to arrive in the country on a week-long exploratory mission is led by China Trade Promotion Centre director Mr. Tan Wenbao.
The organisation falls under China’s Ministry of Commerce.
The delegation includes managers from various companies interested in energy, agriculture, health and infrastructure development.
The group yesterday met Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) chief executive officer Mr. Richard Mbaiwa before meeting Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) officials.