Ethiopia, China discuss projects financed by China

08:08, December 14, 2010      

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Ethiopian Minister of Finance and Economic Development Sufian Ahmed and a Chinese delegation led by Liu Liange, deputy president of Export-Import Bank of China (China Eximbank), on Monday discussed projects financed by the EximBank here in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

The two sides exchanged ideas on ways of enhancing cooperation in infrastructure development and other sectors. Speaking at the discussion, Sufian said the two countries have been enjoying good relations in all sectors.

He said China has forged good relations with the African continent in general and Ethiopia in particular.

"Particularly the relations between the two countries are increasing from time to time...We also thank the supporting hand of the Chinese government and the Chinese institutions. Exim Bank is one of the Chinese institutions we are working closely with," said Sufian.

Liu Liange, on his part, said China has attached great importance to the China-Africa relations.

He also said the state-owned China Eximbank would continue working in cooperation with Ethiopia.

Sufian Ahmed told Xinhua after the discussion that they had fruitful talks with the Chinese delegation.

He said they had agreed to further enhance cooperation between the two sides.

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