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Huawei’s Training Session in Mozambique Highlights Three Important Trends

Chinese ambassador to Mozambique, Wang Hejun, posing together with staff from the finance ministry in Maputo who participated in a Huawei training program.

China’s ambassador to Mozambique, Wang Hejun, personally handed out certificates of completion on Monday to dozens of local government officials who finished a technology training course led by tech giant Huawei.

This particular program was unexceptional in that it’s just one of dozens, if not hundreds, of similar training initiatives that the Chinese company has organized across the continent over the past year. In this instance, 150 officials from various Mozambican ministries including Foreign Affairs, Labor, Defense, and Interior all took part.

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