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07-20-2012 09:12 BJT Special Report:5th Ministerial Meeting of Forum on China-Africa Cooperation |

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The Forum on China - Africa Cooperation is currently underway in Beijing, with leaders wanting to seek ways to boost two-way trade and diversify investments, amid instability from developed economies. DR. Dirar, Sudan finance secretary talked our reporter Zhang Nini about economic cooperation.

Q1: During his opening speech this morning, Chinese President Hu Jintao announced a 20 billion US dollar loan to support the development of infrastructure, agriculture, manufacturing and SMEs in African countries over the next three years. Do you think this is news that will be welcomed by African leaders?

Q2: Sudan and China have carried out a lot of joint-projects in various areas. What do you think of the scope of this cooperation and in what areas do you think this cooperation can be pushed forward?

CCTV reporter Zhang Nini.

Dr. Abdel Rahman Dirar, Minister, Ministry of Finance and National Economy, Sudan.

Editor:Bai Yang |Source: CNTV.CN

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