African ambassadors call for joint development under BRI and AfCFTA

December 9, 2020 Global Times 0 Comments

Ambassadors, economists and entrepreneurs from Africa and China called for strengthened cooperation between China and Africa at an Ambassadors Roundtable in Beijing on Tuesday, discussing opportunities the two sides could seek under China’s 14th Five-Year plan (2021-25) and joint development possibilities under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and Africa Continental Free Trade Zone (AfCFTA).

Zhu Min, a former vice president of the People’s Bank of China, briefed the ambassadors, senior diplomats, entrepreneurs and officials on China’s next five-year plan at the roundtable organized by the Center for China & Globalization (CCG), stressing that a dual-circulation development pattern does not mean a closing of China’s economy, and China will open further to foreign companies and investors in the future. Read More.

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