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June 2019

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  • 9:00-18:00

    Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Furongguo Changsha

    The 2nd China-Africa Developmen...

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  • Morning

    Changsha, Hunan

    The 1st China-Africa Economic a...

  • 14:30-16:30

    Hunan Hotel

    Seminar on China-Africa Agricul...

  • 14:00-16:00

    Changsha ST-Tropez Hotel

    Dialogue of China-Africa Infras...

  • 14:30-16:30

    Huatian Hotel

    Seminar on China-Africa Bilater...

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  • 9:00-11:30

    Changsha ST-Tropez Hotel

    Investment Promotion Conference...

  • 9:00-11:30

    TBD

    Investment Promotion Conference...

  • 15:00-18:15

    Changsha ST-Tropez Hotel

    China-Africa B2B Conference

  • 9:00-12:00

    Huatian Hotel

    Dialogue on Investment in Ethio...

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  •  Grand Opening of the First China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo

    Grand Opening of the First...

  • Mr. Xu Dazhe is inspecting the preparations for the China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo.

    Mr. Xu Dazhe is inspecting t...

  • The First Working Session of the Secretariat of the 1st CAETE

    The First Working Session of...

  • The First Session of the Organizing Committee of the 1st CAETE Held in Beijing

    The First Session of the Org...

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Senegal

Located at the western end of the African continent, Senegal has a land area of 196,722 square kilometers and a coastline of about 700 kilometers. With a savanna climate and an average annual temperature of 29 °C, Senegal has well-defined dry and humid seasons. With a forest coverage of 6.205 million hectares, accounting for 43.8% of its total land area, it boasts rich forest and water resources. Meanwhile, Senegal is also the largest salt producer in West Africa. At present, Senegal is ...

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Ivory Coast

Côte d'Ivoire, also known as Ivory Coast, is located in western Africa with a coastline of about 55 kilometers long and a land area of around 322,000 square kilometers. It is a main transportation hub on the west coast of Africa and the trade center, financial center and shipping center of West Africa with fertile lands, abundant products, favorable geographical location and sound infrastructure. Based on its important geographical location and the unique lagoon landform...

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Angola

Located in southwestern Africa, Angola is one of the important sea passages of central and southern Africa. With a coastline of 1,650 kilometers and a land area of 1,246,700 square kilometers, it has a savanna climate in most of its northern part, a subtropical climate in the south and a temperate climate in the high-altitude areas. It boasts abundant oil, natural gas, minerals and forest resources, and aquatic products. Oil production and diamond mining are the pillar industries ...

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Tanzania

Located in eastern Africa and south of the equator, Tanzania comprises Tanganyika on the African mainland and the islands of Zanzibar with a total area of over 945,000 square kilometers.

Tanzania enjoys abundant mineral resources, such as diamonds, gold, coal, iron, phosphates, didymium rare earths, natural gas and helium; except for gold, most minerals have yet to be fully developed...

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Uganda

As a landlocked country straddling the equator, Uganda is located in eastern Africa, south of South Sudan, west of Kenya, east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and north of Rwanda and Tanzania. It has an area of 241,500 square kilometers, including 199,800 square kilometers of land area and 41,700 square kilometers of water surface area and swamp. Situated on the East African Plateau, the altitude of most areas is about 900 to1500 meters...

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Egypt

Arab Republic of Egypt, historically known as a cradle of civilization, has an important role in geopolitics for it lies at the junction of three continents of Asia, Europe and Africa and is traversed by the Suez Canal. Egypt covers a total area of 1,001,450 square kilometers, 94% of which is desert, with more than 2,900 km of coastline. The 6,700-km Nile runs through Egypt from south to north for 1,530 km. The whole of Egypt is dry and most of the...

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