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Kagame downplays Chinese spying report

A report from Le Monde Afrique in the midst of the gathering of the Heads of State and Government of the African Union that concluded on Monday described how China has been spying on African leaders since 2012 transferring vital information to Shanghai in the wee hour of the night.

Chinese business manager requests termination of charges, travel ban

Chinese business manager charged along with CCS COMSERVICE Solutions PLC for evading taxes amounting to four million birr requested the government to drop his charges and lift the travel ban imposed on him on the grounds that the alleged tax charges levied against him were committed way before his assignment as an acting general manager to the company.

Chinese firms eye gold, iron ore deposits in Ethiopia

Chinese mining firms are eyeing gold and iron ore exploration projects in Ethiopia. A Chinese Huanan State delegation that visited Ethiopia this week met officials of the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas and discussed the investment opportunities in the mining sector in the country.

Chinese textile firm to set up shop here

Following an agreement between the Ethiopian Investment Commission (EIC) and the Chinese Wuxi No. 1 Cotton Investment Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Wuxi Guolian Develoment Group, the textile manufacturer is set to install a plant inside the soon-to-be inaugurated Dire Dawa Industrial Park.

AU gets smart health center with Chinese support

Following the Memorandum-of-Understanding signed by China and the African Union to cooperate on ICT and digital transformation last year, a new state-of-the-art Smart Health Monitoring Room was inaugurated at the AU headquarters with the presence of high dignitaries on Thursday.