China’s first overseas economic and trade cooperation zone in Africa has attracted over 2.5 billion US dollars in investment
China's first overseas economic and trade cooperation zone in Africa, the Zambia China Economic and Trade Cooperation Zone, has attracted nearly a hundred enterprises with over $2.5 billion in investments. Established in 2007 by China Nonferrous Metals Group, this zone has created over 10,000 job opportunities and facilitated technological upgrading and industrial chain extension in Zambia's mining industry. China Nonferrous Metals Group plans to increase investments in Zambia, focusing on mining, technology, and people's livelihood to strengthen bilateral cooperation and uphold the integrity of China-Zambia relations.
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