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With Chinese Engineers Back on Site, Zimbabwe’s New International Airport is Almost Half Done

File image of Chinese construction of the international terminal at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare. Image via Bulawayo24.

Construction of the new international terminal at Harare’s main airport is now 46% complete according to Zimbabwean officials who credit the return of Chinese engineers for the recent progress. 

Chinese staff on the project had been unable to get back into the country after they went home last year for the Lunar New Year holiday but were recently flown in on a charter flight.

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