Chinese company Avic International on Wednesday launched its Sh40 billion Global Trade Centre in Nairobi. The trade centre in Westlands hosts
Chinese real estate firm Avic says it has paid Sh1.8 billion in taxes for its ongoing Sh40 billion 47-floor mixed-use complex in Nairobi’s Westlands.
On Novermber 2 Beijing time, in Zhuhai City of China’s Guangdong province, China-Africa Devellopment Fund and AVIC International signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Strategic Cooperation on the sideline of the 11th China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition.
China handed over on Tuesday a batch of modern equipment meant to help empower Kenya’s technical and vocational training institutions.
Chinese company Avic International on Wednesday launched its Sh40 billion Global Trade Centre in Nairobi. The trade centre in Westlands hosts three new complex towers as well as sports and hospitality facilities. Baptised the Dream City, GTC boasts of a 32-storey 5-Star hotel, 42-storey tower for offices, and another 32-storey serviced apartments tower. “GTC represents
The Global Trade Centre (GTC), East Africa’s first landmark city complex, will redefine Nairobi’s skyline with its unparalleled building heights, presenting “a dream city and community” to the country. The 47-storey mixed use building by Chinese state-owned aerospace and defence company, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC International), is expected to cost up Ksh 40