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Now You Can Read the Chinese Business Association in Zimbabwe’s Plan in English on How to Resolve Feud With Civil Society Groups

The Chamber of Chinese Enterprises in Zimbabwe published an English-language version of its 9-point plan on how to resolve the months-long dispute with civil society groups over reports of widespread labor and environmental violations.

And just as the Chinese embassy in Harare rallied to the group’s defense when its members faced criticism from local community groups, Ambassador Guo Shaochun is now promoting the new proposal calling it “clear, frank, and balanced.” 

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