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Morocco Sees Promising Surge Of Chinese Tourists

After a slight growth last year amid security challenges, Morocco’s key tourism sector sees a promising surge of tourists from around the globe. In 2016, visitor arrivals barely raised by 1.5 percent from 2015 to stood at 10.3 million tourists, falling far short of the expected increase to reach an …

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China interested in investing in Malanje Province, Angola

China plans to invest in the agricultural and livestock sectors, aquaculture and tourism of Angola’s Malanje province under bilateral cooperation agreements signed by Angola and China, the Chinese ambassador to Angola said in the provincial capital on Wednesday. Cui Aimin, quoted by Angolan news agency Angop, said that the province …

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Investment Forum To Promote The Industrialization Drive

Malawi’s transition from aid to trade demands massive industrialization drive which should be underlined by building capacity among local investors and courting foreign investors into the economy, says President Arthur Peter Mutharika. He was speaking in Lilongwe on Tuesday when he opened the Malawi-China Investment Forum. “We have a broader …

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SA inks trade deal with China

China and South Africa signed a trade, investment and partnership agreement on Friday that cemented KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa’s business ventures with the country. The Chinese southern province of Guangdong brought 80 enterprises to KZN last week to share information on how the two provinces could work together to empower …

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Chinese tour operators take South Africa off their lists

CHINESE TOUR OPERATORS TAKE SOUTH AFRICA OFF THEIR LISTS.

CHINESE tour operators have taken South Africa off their brochures because of the visa requirements kicking in today, tourism sector representatives, Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (Satsa) and Association of Southern African Travel Agents (Asata), said on Friday in a last ditch effort against the new regulations. Satsa chief executive …

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