By Patricia Mbewe
Argentina has invited Zambia to its international mining expo next year where mining companies are expected to participate in the exhibition to take place from 3rd to 6th June 2020 in San Juan.
Zambia’s Ambassador to Brazil with extra-accreditation to Argentina, Dr. Alfreda Kansembe-Mwamba announced in Brasilia that she is optimistic the Zambia chamber of mines will seize the opportunity to go and benefit from many other countries that will be participating in the argentine expo.
San Juan is Argentina’s version of Copperbelt province and Dr. Kansembe-Mwamba wants Zambian mining companies to show case what the country is endowed with in the area of mining.
This year, the argentine chamber of mines agreed to engage the Zambia chamber of mines for bilateral cooperation in the mining industry.
Argentina’s chamber of mines executive director, Mr. Luciano Beresnstein concurred with Dr. Kansembe-Mwamba on the need to work in close collaboration with Zambia chamber of mines.
Argentina has secure mining legislation including tax on copper exports and is a member of the g20 group of wealthy nations with a GDP of $500 billion.
This is according to a statement issued to Phoenix News by First Secretary-Press and public relations at the Zambian embassy in Brazil, Grace Makowane.
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