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Hunan Province Approves a Raft of New Measures Aimed at Boosting Trade With Africa

Members of the Standing Committee of the Thirteenth People's Congress of Hunan Province met in Changsha and approved new measures aimed at boosting trade with African countries.

Provincial lawmakers in the southern Chinese province of Hunan approved a set of new measures this week that are designed to boost the province’s already sizable trade with Africa. 

Members of the Standing Committee of the Thirteenth People’s Congress of Hunan Province announced on Wednesday the creation of a new free trade zone (FTZ) that is specifically aimed at facilitating commerce with African countries.

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