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South Africa-China Partnership

Focus on innovation provides opportunities for trade

By: Robyn Wilkinson     2nd September 2016 China’s thirteenth five-year plan – from 2016 to 2020 – includes a clear prioritisation of innovation, which is likely to increase the country’s interest in importing technologies from outside, including from South Africa, says advisory services provider KPMG local China practice in South Africa... 

Government support needed to foster partnerships

By: Robyn Wilkinson     2nd September 2016 While policies prioritising trade between South Africa and China have been adopted at an official level, further government support is needed on the ground to stimulate partnerships between businesses in the two countries and increase Chinese investment in South Africa, says international law... 

Government support needed to foster  partnerships
KATHLEEN WONG The signing of memoranda of understanding at the Focac suggest a willingness to further opportunities for South Africa–China partnership.

South Africa-China partnerships benefit valves industry

By: Robyn Wilkinson     2nd September 2016 The valve industry provides a key example of a flourishing South Africa-China partnership, as joint ventures are increasingly being undertaken between Chinese manufacturers and South African importers for the design, manufacture and distribution of high-quality specialised valves, says... 

China an attractive export market for South Africa, says analyst

By: Dylan Stewart     4th September 2015 Owing to the significant expansion of China’s middle class, the world’s fastest-growing economy has become an attractive market for South African exporters, says KPMG director Glenn Ho. 

China an attractive export market for South Africa, says analyst
Photo by Duane Daws
EXPANSIVE COLLABORATION The opportunity for partnership between South Africa and China is not limited to within the borders of either nation

South Africa strategically significant for China’s future growth plans

By: Dylan Stewart     4th September 2015 China is considering large-scale, long-term investments in South Africa, especially in terms of joint ventures, to secure resources that will help facilitate China’s future growth plans, says commercial law firm Norton Rose Fulbright director Milton Osborn. 

South Africa strategically  significant for China’s  future growth plans

Strategic partnership geared to achieve midtier status

By: Dylan Stewart     4th September 2015 Platinum group metals (PGM) mining company, Wesizwe Platinum, whose anchor project is the Bakubung platinum mine, in the North West, aims to become a significant midtier multicommodity mining company, says Wesizwe CEO Jianke Gao. 

Strategic partnership  geared to achieve  midtier status
DIGGING DEEP In July the main shaft of the Bakubung mine had been sunk to 803 m below collar
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