Uganda: Museveni Opens Sino-Uganda Industrial Park in Mbale

Mbale, Uganda — President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has officially launched the Sino-Uganda industrial park in Mbale District.

The Sino-Uganda Mbale industrial park is one of the 22 state-level industrial parks in Uganda, organised and constructed by the Tian Tang Group.

The park covers an area of 2.51 square kilometres and is expected to spur industrialization in the area as well as boost job creation for the community.

Sino-Uganda Mbale Industrial Park was proposed by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, approved by Uganda's Ministry of Finance, who organized its construction which was led by the Tian Tang Group.

Since its launch, the project has won great attention and support from the governments of China and Uganda.

The park sets up a one-stop service center unified with the government departments of Uganda, including customs, registration and commodity inspection to provide exclusive and convenient services for enterprises entering the park.

Tian Tang Group, as the main development body in the park, is familiar with Uganda's market and investment environment, has good external relations with local government departments, trade associations and financial institutions, and has accumulated rich experiences in the construction and management of overseas parks. Tian Tang Group will provide Park enterprises with quality development platform and investment "One-stop" service, making their investment overseas more successful and have no worry.

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