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Chinese Exim bank boss Li Ruogu visits
Publish Date: May 06, 2014
Chinese Exim bank boss Li Ruogu visits
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By Vision Reporter

The chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of China, Li Ruogu, has arrived in Uganda for discussions on the financing of Karuma and Isimba hydropower projects.


Ruogu, accompanied by a delegation of six officials arrived at Entebbe International Airport 1:05pm.

He was received by the state minister for finance in charge of general duties, Jachan Omach and the Chinese ambassador Zhao Yali.

Prime Minister Mbabazi discusses with EXIM Bank of China president Li Ruogu at Diaoyutai Hotel in Beijing last year.

 

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