Ethiopia welcomes Chinese manufacturers to take on a larger presence

From nazret.com Mon Dec 24 2012, 19:56:31

Seyoum Mesfin, Ethiopian ambassador to China, says his country prefers the non-intervention policy that Chinese investors follow when doing business there. Zhao Yanrong / China DailyEthiopia welcomes Chinese manufacturers to take on a larger presence...

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