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CCS &CTG Co-Show in 2017 China-Africa Industrial Capacity Cooperation Exposition 2017/12/29

 

In this exhibition, China Telecom and China Communications Services once again join together to participate in the exhibition. With the theme of "Africa and China-Africa Information Highway Construction", and with the target of the promoting and constructing of "broadband countries, smart cities and regional hubs" in Africa, enhance cooperation between China and Africa in the field of information and communication, and accelerating the upgrading of telecommunications infrastructure in Africa, CT and CCS comprehensive display the world's leading ICT products and comprehensive solutions.

 In this exhibition, CTG and CCS will realize the advantages of complementarity and join forces to highlight the one-stop full-business service capability covering from pre-investigation, consultation, planning and design to project financing, operation and maintenance.

     

The Booth of CT and CCS

About 2017 China-Africa Industrial Capacity Cooperation Exposition

Name: China-Africa Industrial Capacity Cooperation Exposition

TopicWin-win cooperation and common development

Date2017 December 13~16

LocationKenyatta International Convention Center, Nairobi, Kenya

ContentInformation and communications technology, Infrastructure construction, Complete sets of machinery and equipment, Energy, New energy, Environmental protection, Transport and logistics facilities, Minerals and metals processing, Finance and vocational education, Agriculture and agro-processing, Wholesale and retail trade, Tourism and health industries

OrganizerChina Council for the promotion of international trade

Co-OrganizersKenya Investment Authority, Kenya Chamber of Commerce and Industry

 

Background

In December 2015, President Xi Jinping attended the opening ceremony of the Johannesburg Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation. At the meeting, Chairman Xi announced that in order to promote the establishment of China-Africa comprehensive strategic partnership, China will implement the "Top Ten Cooperation Plans" and speed up the process of industrialization and agricultural modernization in Africa in the next three years.       

In order to implement President Xi Jinping's promise to Africa, deepen the development of the African market and promote international capacity cooperation, the China Council for the Promotion of International Cooperation, China-Africa Development Fund, Kenya Investment Authority, Kenya Chamber of Commerce and Industry, China International Exhibition Center Group Corporation, held the 2017 China Africa Capacity Cooperation Exhibition from December 13 to 16 at the Kenyatta International Conference Center in Nairobi, Kenya.

This exhibition is the first time of CCPIT host a capacity-building exhibition in Africa. It is an important step in implementing the achievements of Chairman Xi Jinping's "Top Ten Cooperation Plans", and the achievement of "Belt and Road" summit on international cooperation, and the promoting cooperation in international capacity and equipment manufacturing action.

 It is reported that 56 exhibitors from 18 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, including China Telecom, China Unicom, State Grid, China Communications Construction Group and many other Chinese top 500 enterprises, fully displayed our country's achievements in communications, railways Road, infrastructure and other industries. This shows China's fruitful achievements in promoting Africa's interoperability and integration and helping Africa achieve sustainable development.

 

About Kennya

 In recent years, Africa has been actively promoting industrialization and has shown a new picture of its vigorous development. Africa is rich in natural and manpower resources and is at an early stage of industrialization.

Kenya is located on the east coast of Africa and is one of the important fulcrums for the "Belt and Road" cooperation in Africa, and one of the first pilot demonstration countries set by the Chinese government in capacity-building cooperation.

 According to Chinese statistics, in 2015, China's non-financial direct investment in Kenya reached 282 million U.S. dollars. The bilateral trade volume between the two countries was 6.016 billion U.S. dollars, up by 20.12% on a year-on-year basis. China has become Kenya's largest trading partner. On July 15, 2016, the realization of RMB exchange directly with Kenyan Shillings is an important step in expanding the RMB's influence and promoting the internationalization of the RMB. It is of great significance to further deepen the cooperation between China and Kenya in all fields.

        

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