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China to open visa processing centres in Abuja, Lagos

The Peoples Republic of China has concluded plans to open visa application centres in Abuja and Lagos to improve the service standards and fast-track the visa process.

Chinese envoy asks for better Nigeria business environment

Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Dr. Zhou Pingjian, has called on the federal government to show greater commitment towards the improvement of friendly investment measures for Chinese investors.

Nasarawa govt to partner China on agriculture, other sectors

The Nasarawa State Governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, has sought for partnership between the state and China in the areas of agriculture, solid minerals development and real estate.

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