Mozambique wants more trade and agricultural cooperation with China

Mozambique's Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Olegário dos Anjos Banze, said last week that Mozambique wants to expand agricultural trade with China.

The governor was speaking during a meeting with China's Permanent Representative to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Guang Defu, to discuss potential agricultural technology exchanges.

Olegário dos Anjos Banze thanked China for creating a Sino-Mozambican agricultural technology demonstration center in the capital, Maputo, to help improve agricultural production techniques.

The center has improved the living conditions of Mozambicans by encouraging them to learn more agricultural techniques, argued the Vice Minister, quoted in a statement from China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.

According to the statement, released last week, Guang Defu invited Mozambique to promote products such as cashew nuts, sisal and beans at the China International Import Exhibition to be held in November.

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