CGGC interested in investment projects in Republic of Srpska


August 19, 2015


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August 19, 2015


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Petar Djokic, Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining of Republic of Srpska met with Chen Xiangdong, General Manager of China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), leading Chinese company in energy and infrastructure facilities construction, reads the website of Republic of Srpska Government.  The Minister presented the CGC’s delegation headed by Chen Xiangdong with the projects currently underway in the Republic of Srpska, as well as with the future ones within the development plan for Republic of Srpska’s energy sector.

We are open for new investments, in particular,  we are interested in a public private partnership model whereas ERS (Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske AD) would be a development projects carrier, said Djokic. The Minister, on behalf of the Republic of Srpska Government thanked CGC’s representatives for their readiness to support investments and at the same time expressed confidence in possibility of establishing  good cooperation with this Chinese company.

CGGC’s General Manager, Chen Xiangdong, said that the company is, besides investments in the energy sector, also interested in investing in mining sector and traffic infrastructure. CGGC is a state-owned enterprise that has contributed during 45 years of operation to over 4,000 engineering projects worldwide including the Three Gorges, the world’s largest power station in terms of installed capacity (22,500 MW).


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