7 May 2014

Angola: Chinese Premier's Visit to Boost Cooperation With Angola

Luanda — The Angolan Geology and Mine minister, Francisco Queiroz, considered on Wednesday in Luanda the visit of Chinese Prime-Minister, Li Kequiang, to Angola, an opportunity to reinforce cooperation between the two countries, particularly in geological mining sector.

Speaking to Angop, the official said that China has mining interests in the country, at the same time it intends to invest in near future in the geology and mining sector of Angola.

The minister stressed that under the National Plan of Geology, a Chinese Company is part of a group of companies that will conduct a Geological survey in the national territory.

Angola is the second Chinese economic partner in the Lusophone world, after Brazil, according to data from Support Office of Permanent Secretariats of Macau Forum.

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