China’s ambassador to Mozambique calls for greater two-way business relationship

15 September 2017

The Chinese Embassy in Mozambique plans to strengthen cooperation with the Mozambican Chamber of Commerce (CCM), in order to improve the business relationship between the two countries, said Ambassador Su Jian.


The ambassador also said at the end of a visit to the CCM facilities that China’s embassy services will “make an additional effort to attract more investment and get more Chinese companies to come to Mozambique and more Mozambicans to go to China.”


Su Jian pointed out that China has already invested about US$7 billion in Mozambique, positioning itself as one of the largest investors in the country, according to Mozambican news agency AIM.


“We have a mission to get companies to communicate in order to establish more partnerships and work together for the benefit of all,” concluded the Chinese ambassador to Mozambique.


CCM Vice President Arlindo Duarte stressed that the chamber wants to attract more investment to Mozambique, “not only in cash, but also knowledge transfer.” (macauhub)