30 August 2013

Chinese Petroleum Firm Leave Syria

International and Arabic

    Beijing, August 30 (QNA) - Chinese petroleum enterprises have left Syria as a result of local turmoil, a senior official of China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said. Chinese aid projects in Syria cannot proceed following the enterprises' evacuation, Xinhua news quoted Zhong Manying, director of MOC's department of Western Asian and African affairs as saying. The bilateral trade between China and Syria has been harmed since the troubles intensified, and Chinese companies and citizens have been advised to leave the country for now, Zhong said. Chinese trade with West Asia and North Africa has increased, despite the recent instability in many areas, Zhong added. (QNA)


    Economy, Arab
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