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Chairman Zou Weimin Meets with South Sudan Presidential Advisor John Gai Yoh Nyuot

view:184   Date: 2018-04-24

Zou Weimin, Chairman of MCC Overseas, met with Dr. John Gai Yoh Nyout, Advisor to the President of South Sudan in Beijing in Apr. 24th. The two sides had an in-depth talk on Sports Complex Building Project as well as potential cooperation in road and bridge construction, cement plant building, mining exploitation and property development in South Sudan.

Zou welcomed Dr. John Gai and his delegation before he went on to review the cooperation and friendship that MCC Overseas has developed with South Sudan government and its Embassy in China. He said, MCC Group, as an extra-large state-owned enterprise, is regarded as the National Team in metallurgical industry and is having robust development in EPC contracting, property development, equipment manufacturing and resource development, as well as in non-metallurgical areas such as high rise buildings, underground utility tunnels, sewage treatment, large stadiums, and theme parks.

MCC Overseas, as the main platform that MCC Group develops its overseas market, has attached great importance to South Sudan. Ever since the signing of EPC Contract for Sports Complex Building, MCC Overseas has been helping coordinating resources with the Embassy and financial resources. Zou hopes that the visit of Dr. John could expedite the process of this project and believes that further cooperation between the two sides is beneficial to both economies and its people.

Dr. John is thankful for MCC Overseas’ hospitality. He said, Sports Complex Building project is now on the list of top priority for South Sudan and he would like to give full support for this project. Also, Dr. John proposed that the two side should be optimist about the future, and work closer for further development and breakthrough.