XIAMEN: Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Tjekero Tweya yesterday called for a win-win situation in the export and import of products between Namibia and China.
Tweya said this in a meeting with the Deputy Director in the Department of Commerce in China’s Jiangxi Province, Li Wen Yao during the 16th China International Fair for Investment and Trade (CIFIT) here.
Li also owns construction company China Jiangxi International Namibia, which is part of China Jiangxi International that, amongst other things, specialises in building, construction, transport, real estate development, mining, hotels, restaurants and exporting.
‘Namibian products need to enter the Chinese market, just as Chinese products enter the Namibian market, in order for us to have a win-win situation and to continue having a solid and stable relationship,’ Tweya stressed.
The deputy minister further called for the growing of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) involved in manufacturing in order for the challenge of industrialisation to be addressed.
The fair, which is being held under the theme ‘Introducing FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and Going Global’, started on Saturday and ends tomorrow.