titutions, companies and colleges in Beijing, including the Beijing sub-council of the China Council for the Promotion of Inte
rnational Trade, Beijing Enterprises Group Real-Estate Co and the Beijing Forestry University have participated in nong
overnmental exchange projects in countries such as Cambodia, Mongolia, Myanmar and Nepal.
Generally, those Belt and Road projects involve such fields as business cooperation, cultura
l exchanges, protection of women and children, charity, environmental protection and responses to natural disasters.
In 2018, Beijing and Phnom Penh, Cambodia, became sister cities.
Beijing Enterprises Group has been working on a Sino-Camb
odian special economic zone which is planned to be built as a new industrial city.
Qian Xu, president of the group’s Real-Estate Co, which is in charge of the project, said the company has completed the
regulatory planning process for the special economic zone and will start on infrastructure construction soon.
four years of construction, is part of the Maputo Bridge and Link Roads project built by CRBC. It is 187 kilometers long and s
erves as an arterial highway that directly links Maputo to the border with South Africa, to the south.
CRBC mainly undertakes contracting, investment and infrastructure pro
jects, including roads, bridges, ports and railways, and has operations stretching ac
ross more than 60 countries and regions in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.
“China Road and Bridge Corporation has a wealth of experience in building bridges of the highest quality, including many brid
ges in China that presented even tougher challenges than the Maputo-Katembe Bridge,” Wang said.