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Decade of growth betweem China and Uganda (4)

By Liu Xiangrui  (China Daily)

08:17, October 23, 2012

"Without doubt, China is a big issue," says Abubaker Basajjabaka, a local Ugandan businessman who has enrolled in a Chinese class at the China-Uganda culture center in the capital.

"There's a lot of interest for the business community, especially, to learn Chinese to ease communication, and to widen their scope of opportunities that could emerge from China itself."

Basajjabaka says that business acquaintances of his have also been to China to study, bringing back with them qualifications — especially ones linked to IT — which have meant stronger job prospects back home in Uganda.

"I'd certainly like to see a lot more of this kind of cultural exchange. I am sure there would be enormous local interest."

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