Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Saturday that China is strongly committed to protecting wildlife and will spare no effort in combating poaching and ivory smuggling.


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China and Kenya have signed a new deal to build a railway linking Nairobi to Mombasa. China is also putting forward 10-million US dollars to help with the protection of wildlife in Kenya. Review of Premier's Africa Tour
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China and Angola have agreed to enhance cooperation in infrastructure construction and agriculture, as well as to support more Chinese investment in the African country, leaders of the two countries said on Friday.
 
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