Jiangxi International

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China Jiangxi Corporation for International Economic and Technical Cooperation
Type State-owned enterprise
Industry Construction and engineering, real estate development, architectural design, geological exploration
Founded 1983
Headquarters Nanchang, Jiangxi, China
Area served Ghana, Botswana, Zambia, Kenya, and Zimbabwe
Website Official website

China Jiangxi Corporation for International Economic and Technical Cooperation (abbreviated as CJIC or called Jiangxi International) is a Chinese construction and engineering company that operates in many countries of Anglophone Africa. By sales revenue it is a top international contractor, ranking in 2013 among the 250 largest construction companies by international project value, with $392.3 in revenue.[1]

Its Kenya subsidiary was selected in 2013 by the National Social Security Fund (Kenya) to build the Trade Centre, a $68 million 39-storey building set to the tallest in Nairobi.[2]

In Ghana it is building the Cape Coast Stadium, a $30 million 15,000 spectator stadium given as a gift by China.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Top 250 International Contractors". Engineering News-Record. 
  2. ^ "Chinese Firm To Build Kenya’s Tallest Office Building". Ventures Africa. July 15, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Ghana's city of hope". African Business. April 4, 2013.