CHINESE FIRMS COMING TO SUDAN TO INVEST ON MMINING, INDUSTRIAL SECTORS
KHARTOUM, Sudan's Higher Committee for Supervising Relations with China, Russia and India has held a regular meeting at the Republican Palace here chaired by the committee's deputy chairman, Dr. Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz.
In a media statement issued after Wednesday's meeting, Dr. Al-Jaz said a big number of Chinese companies had come to invest in Sudan in the mining and industrial sectors.
He added that a delegation was sent to China to discuss completion of the new Khartoum Airport, adding that another mission would leave for China shortly to present a number of projects, top of them being the Rahad Agricultural Scheme.
Dr. Al-Jaz said Sudan had drawn up a list of its exports to China to ease the process of trade between the two countries.
He also revealed that a Sudanese delegation would leave to Russia to discuss implementation of a number of joint projects.
He added that a delegation from India would arrive in Sudan soon to discuss ways of enhancing the partnership between the two countries.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK