21 May 2020
Huawei, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), Altice Portugal and China Broadband Development Alliance jointly launched the fifth-generation fixed network (F5G) industry initiative on Tuesday, a move an expert said will isolate US companies.
21 May 2020
The Government of Mozambique announced the conclusion of a project to bring digital satellite television signal to 1,000 villages in the in the northern province of Cabo Delgado, which is estimated to benefit over 20,000 families. Covering all the ten provinces and the capital city of Mozambique, the project was co-funded by China and implemented by the Chinese electronics and media company StarTimes.
20 May 2020
Transport of medical equipment from Wenzhou and Changsha, China, to Angola is being ensured by EuroAtlantic airways (EAA) from Portugal, at the service of Angola´s Bestfly. Irregularities in a first flight between China and Angola operated by Ethiopian Airlines led the Government to look for alternatives in supplies during the Coronavirus pandemic.
17 May 2020
China Telecom Global (CTG), one of the world's leading providers of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) services, has chosen Angola Cables as its preferred operator to reinforce its long distance connectivity services between Asia, Africa and America Latin. Recently, Macau telecom company CTM also partnered with Angola Cables.
15 May 2020
Huawei Angola intends, in a partnership with the Government, to train 2,500 Angolan professionals in the areas of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), during 2020. According to Hongzhen Liu, Vice President of Huawei in Angola, the company also aims to certify 300 professional engineers.
23 April 2020
According to Refinitiv, providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, there is currently $3.16 trillion worth of active BRI projects that will require billions of dollars of financing, from Chinese State-Owned Entreprises (SOEs), but also from other countries.
28 January 2020
Chinese companies like JinkoSolar and BYD are rapidly increasing their solar module manufacturing capacity in Brazil, despite the anti-environmental stance of President Jair Bolsonaro, with a range of Brazilian state organisations and regulators supporting the renewable energy boom that looks set to revolutionise power production in South America’s biggest country.