APM engages Chinese investor in Beijing

Written by  Aston Gondwe

Barely a few hours after getting to China’s Capital Beijing, President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has met top management of China North Industries Company NORINCO where its Executive Vice President has expressed intent to invest in Malawi’s mining, infrastructure and agriculture sector.

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During the meeting, the Executive Vice President for NORINCO said his company was committed to establish and strengthen the position of players in Malawi’s mining sector, as a way of helping the nation for large scale mining, and value addition.

 

In his remarks, President Professor Mutharika said the interest by the company has come at a time when the country is taking progressive steps in building the capacity of its mining sectors in the wake of increased prospects that Malawi is sitting on numerous valuable mineral deposits, a development he said has generated interest for various investors to come and invest in Malawi.

 

The audience is one among several high level discussions which the Malawi leader is scheduled to have, on the sidelines of the Forum on Africa and China Cooperation.

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