Agriculture and road infrastructure PPPs likely with China

Prime Minister Emil Boc yesterday received at Victoria Palace a Chinese delegation headed by Simayi Tieliwaerdi, vice-president of the National Assembly of the People’s Republic of China, with whom he discussed likely means for bilateral economic development cooperation as public-private partnerships (PPP) including hydroelectric, road and railway infrastructure, as well…...

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