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Ethiopia Railway finally gets Chinese funding after Indian delay PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 May 2010 17:12

After several years of actively seeking financial support for the development of a crucial transportation network, the Chinese Government has granted Ethiopia a multi-billion birr loan towards the construction of railway lines expected to stretch some 5,000 kilometers from Addis Ababa into the various regions of the Eastern African country. http://en.afrik.com/article17612.html


 

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