Construction firm China Gezhouba said it had wont he contract to build the dam in the southern African nation, a project that would take six years to complete and be financed by Chinese bank loans. "China and Angola are good brothers and long ... ChannelAfrica.co.za, 3 weeks ago
UPDATE 1-Angola's dos Santos in China seeking cash for ailing economy - Reuters, 3 weeks ago
Angola asks China for two-year freeze on debt repayments - ChannelAfrica.co.za, 3 weeks ago
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YICHANG, July 2 (Xinhua) -- The Three Gorges Dam is coping comfortably with the first flood of the year, its operator said on Thursday. The reservoir's inflow reached a peak of 39,000 cubic meters per second at 8 a.m. on Wednesday and had gradually ...Xinhua News Agency, 3 days ago
In recent years, the global hydropower market has changed dramatically. Once the province of Western firms, these days large new companies from China and other countries are dominating the market. In a remarkable turn of events, these new companies ...International Rivers Network, 1 week ago
, the Xesalalong-Xekeu Irrigation Project contracted by CGGC was handed over officially. After being put into use, the project is capable of providing sufficient agricultural and drinking water for major grain producing areas in central-south Laos. ...4 Traders, 1 month ago Laos Xesalalong Irrigation Project contracted by CGGC comes into handover Noodls, 1 month ago
(local time), President of Congo (Brazzaville) Denis Sassou-N'Guesso and his wife visited construction site of Liouesso Hydropower Station, accompanied by senior government officials, the employer, project engineer and CGGC officials. President ...4 Traders, 1 month ago
Night view from Monal Restaurant, situated at a hilltop in Islamabad, Pakistan Photo: Li Hao/GT A broad array of energy projects undertaken by Chinese enterprises will help Pakistan to achieve its goal of solving the energy problem by 2017 and ...China Economic Net, 1 week ago Firms power Pakistan growth Global Times, 1 week ago
PESHAWAR - Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that feasibility studies for constructing over 5000 Megawatts Hydro Power projects, six small irrigation dams and many other construction works in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province have ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago Feasibility of major projects ready for investors: Khattak Pakistan Observer, 2 months ago
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