- On 15/01/2020 at 17:34
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The past weeks have seen intense activity by the DRC Chamber of Commerce. These activities include:
The reception of a delegation from CSCEC Ltd, from China via Angola.
The offices of the Chamber of Commerce served as a shelter for discussions on the financing and implementation of major infrastructure projects between a delegation from the Governorate of South Ubangi Province and the Chinese company CSCEC Ltd;
Mediation is under way between a delegation led by the Mayor of the City of Moroni in Comoros and the Urban Province of Kinshasa.!
RECEPTION OF CSCEC LTD DELEGATION
China State Construction Engineering Corporation Ltd. is a subsidiary of CCFED Corp Ltd which means China Construction Fifth Engineering Division which is a state-owned company in China whose goal is to build a beautiful world and a happy space. Its headquarters are in SHANGSA in HUNAN province. Its share capital is about 15,000,000,000 USD and its turnover is estimated at 30,000,000,000 USD per year. The cumulative investment stake is estimated at around US$45,000,000.000.
Without pouring into the dithyrambe, the concern, in presenting this society, is dictated by realism. Today, the Democratic Republic of Congo is at a turning point in its history. His Government, through the vision of the President of the Republic, His Excellency Felix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, has embraced the policy of satisfying the full needs of the Congolese people, through the slogan "People First". The success of this policy depends on the implementation of modern infrastructure projects in various sectors. These projects include roads, bridges, railways, hospitals, schools, etc. all of which are integrative projects of national life, the realization of which will certainly contribute to economic stability, to the unification of the nation, to the improvement of the well-being of the population, without the list being exhaustive.
CSCEC has many of the achievements in these areas and says it has the technological mastery and know-how that the DRC needs to carry out its development agenda. In addition, it offers financing facilities that the republic needs.
The Chamber of Commerce, whose mission is to promote, facilitate and develop trade and business relationships between companies in the Democratic Republic of Congo and other countries of the world, invited cSCEC to Kinshasa to do so to know the competent authorities whose institutions have interesting projects to carry out in the above areas and, to enable them to familiarise themselves with the legal procedures in the field of business in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In this context, contacts have been made with the Executive Committee of the National Monitoring Mechanism, which is an organ of the Presidency of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It, in turn, facilitated contacts with the delegation of the Governorate of South Ubangi Province.