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Infrastructure Projects

  • 沙特将联手华为打造智慧工业城

    中国, 2017/10/15 据10月2日《沙特公报》报道:沙特工业产业局(MODON)同华为沙特公司签署谅解备忘录,拟将工业城升级为“智慧”工业城。此举有利于帮助工业城的企业实现自动化,利用先进技术改良管理水准和效率,远程管控产品质量。
  • The Infrastructure Megaproject

    CHINA, 2017/10/03 The Infrastructure Megaproject To help simplify and increase cross-border trade, the top priority of BRI is infrastructure development While infrastructure development is focused on transportation, particularly railways inclunding highways and ports, it as well includes the telecommunications and energy sectors BRI projects will benefit infrastructure development specialists in China and around the world, create jobs for local people along the Belt and Road and help world distributors of a wide variety of goods reach new and existing markets faster
  • Tanzania announces $421m project to strengthen Port of Dar es Salaam infrastructure

    TANZANIA, 2017/09/06 On July 2 President John Magufuli unveiled the Dar es Salaam Maritime Gateway Project (DSMGP), which aims to overhaul Port of Dar es Salaam’s infrastructure by 2023. The project, which according to the World Bank will cost approximately $421m, will see the construction of a new multi-purpose berth at Gerezani Creek, dredging of the port’s entrance channel, and intermodal improvements to both rail and road linkages. In a bid to expand its share of regional trade, Tanzania is investing billions of shillings into a number of transport projects, including a multi-year upgrade of the country’s principal port, the Port of Dar es Salaam.
  • Zimbabwe: U.S.$300 Million for Kondo Dam

    ZIMBABWE, 2017/09/03 The Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (ARDA) has met three South African potential suitors to fund the massive $300 million Kondo Dam in the Middle Sabi region. The project involves the construction of a concrete faced rock fill dam, an earth fill saddle dam and hydro-power generating plant. Upon completion, Kondo Dam will store 3, 5 billion cubic metres of water for power generation and irrigation development in the Chisumbanje area, which lies in the south eastern part of the country.
  • G20全球基础设施中心看好中阿基础设施合作互补

    阿根廷, 2017/08/01 二十国集团(G20)旗下全球基础设施中心(Global InfrastructureHub)发布了最新《全球基础设施展望》公告。公告谈到,近年来阿根廷基础设施发展迟缓,总体质量已低于拉美国家的平均水准。 到2040年,阿根廷GDP将增长21%,基础设施项目投资需增长80%才可与GDP增速相匹配,即阿根廷在运输、通讯和能源基础设施总需求将达8100亿美元。但该公告评估阿根廷可能获得的融资额仅为3600亿美元,缺口达55.5%。 公告指出,2040年,中国在基础设施的投资将达28万亿美元,占全球总投资额的30%。与此同时,中国正在为全球基础设施项目提供融资支持。当被问及中阿基础设施领域合作潜力时,全球基础设施中心主任Chris Heathcote表示,只要有预期收益,中方将有可能为阿基础设施建设项目提供更多融资,但是双方需尽快制定项目规划。  
  • 至2040年,肯尼亚基础设施建设需2060亿美元

    肯尼亚, 2017/07/27 为实现联合国可持续发展目标(SDGs),至2040年,肯尼亚需2060亿美元以进行基础设施建设,比现时投资水准高出41%;至2030年,需310亿美元以实现全民用水用电目标。 此外,公告评估,2014年肯人口将增加3500万人,经济增长率保持在5.5%。
  • 援越南越中友谊宫项目对外补充合同正式签署

    中国, 2017/07/18 经中国商务部批准,云南省建设投资控股集团援越南越中友谊宫项目负责人陈志与越南友好组织联合会副主席敦俊峰正式签署《援越南越中友谊宫项目对外补充合同》。我驻越南大使馆胡锁锦经商参赞,越友联办公厅副主任阮青松等参加上述签字仪式。 敦表示,越友联十分重视与中方施工单位签署对外补充合同对中国驻越大使馆及中方各参建单位为此创造条件,推动项目建设表示感谢。
  • Djibouti opens three ports in two months

    DJIBOUTI CITY, 2017/07/15 The opening of three new ports over the completed two months is bolstering Djibouti’s efforts to increase its share of transit and trans-shipment traffic in East Africa. Maritime drive In May the $590m Doraleh Multipurpose Port was officially inaugurated on schedule next two years of construction, following major expansion works by the China National Construction Engineering Corporation. The upgraded port, which was backed by the Djibouti Ports and Free Zone Authority (DPFZA) and national-owned China Merchants Port Holding, has a total annual capacity of 8.8m tonnes, spanning 690 ha with 15 berths, each of which is 1.2 km in length.
  • Rakhine airport in Myanmar to be built by tender

    MYANMAR, 2017/03/06 The Rakhine National government will invite tenders for the construction of an airport in Mrauk-U, National Planning and Finance Minister Kyaw Aye Thein said. He told the Myanmar Times that the decision to put the airport project out to tender was due to insufficient funds in the national’s budget which allocated K2 billion a year for the project.
  • Chinese firm to start building $2.3bn railway line in Zambia

    ZAMBIA, 2016/11/06 Construction of a 388.8 kilometres railway line that will link Zambia’s eastern part to the north is set to begin next the country’s government signed a $2.3b transaction with a Chinese firm. The transaction will finance engineering, designing and construction of the 388.8km Chipata-Petauke-Serenje railway line, the Africa Review reports. According to Zambia’s Transport and Communication Minister Brian Mushimba the project was part of the Chinese government pledge of $60 billion to boost cooperation with Africa for the period of 2016-2018.