14 August 2012

Angola: China's Contribution to Railway Companies Hailed

Lubango — Angola minister of Transports, Augusto da Silva Tomás, considered on Monday in Matala, as positive the contribution of China in the rehabilitation and construction of the railway infrastructures, due to the existing relations between the two countries, Angop has learnt.

The government official said so at the inauguration ceremony of the nine stations along the route of the Moçamedes railways company (CFM).

According to him, Angola and China always reinforced their co-operation ties in the domains of railways, commerce, housing, roads, power, among others, therefore it is important to highlight the need for the increase of social and economic growth in a more and more sustainable manner", he said.

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