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Chinese firm secures $42.5 million loan for Enugu project

“We wanted to bring the project with our own funds to a certain level before the Chinese come in, so that they don’t start from scratch and also, for them to know that we are very serious. We have finally tied up everything on this visit,” she said.

Chinese bank approves $42.5m loan for Enugu housing scheme

Chinese biggest bank, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, ICBC, has approved $42.5 million loan for a multi housing development scheme, HELIU residences in Enugu.

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