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Chinese agriculture machinery manufacturer Cic Taihua plans to build an assembly plant in Cameroon

Chinese agriculture machinery manufacturer Cic Taihua plans to build an assembly plant in Cameroon
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 26 June 2019 14:53

(Business in Cameroon) - Executives from Chinese firm Cic Taihua recently met members of the Cameroonain chamber of agriculture Capef in Yaoundé. According to official sources, this meeting was to identify the agriculture machinery needed by local farmers.

Indeed, the firm plans to build an agriculture machinery assembly plant in the country.

“We don’t plan to manufacture heavy machinery for producers who are majorly small farmers,” one of the executives indicated. He also revealed that his firm was able to adapt to farmers’ specific needs.

According to Cic Taihua, once the plant is built, farmers who want to can purchase agriculture machinery on credit. With the profit made thanks to those machines, they can be able to pay the instalments.

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