China now feeds 22 percent of the world population with only 7 percent of the planet's arable land.
Zambia's development is moving rapidly and for it to succeed, the country requires a lot of investment from at home and abroad, especially in the agricultural field, according to experts. He said his company's success over the past two decades was due to its ability to meet local demand for advanced technology, as well as providing affordable products, warranties and efficient after-sales service, using both Chinese and Zambian technicians.
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Li said the company has managed to employ around employees across the group in Africa, of whom, are employed in Zambia. Yaluma said in its quest to attract more domestic and foreign investment, his government is committed to put in place an enabling investment environment in which all businesses operate freely and help contribute to the realization of the country's Vision to become a prosperous middle-income country by that date. CAMCO's farming equipment.
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Sakala said it had not been an easy journey, "but we managed to grow the company to [the current] level because of the support of Zambian farmers and the general public at large. Sakala believes the country can only develop through investment in advanced mechanization. We are trying to bring in different technologies which will help farmers improve their yield, production and productivity.
This will increase the country's food basket," he said, adding that the technology can be found in equipment that includes tractors, planters and boom sprayers. Sakala is also keen to see growth in small farming operations.
Ambassador Ziauddin, who joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with seniority in , has also served abroad as third and second secretary at the Bangladesh High Commission in London; first secretary in Nairobi; and counselor and deputy permanent representative at the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the United Nations in New York. His postings at home include director-general of international organizations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, India director in the Foreign Minister's Office and chief of protocol for the government of Bangladesh.
Ambassador Ziauddin completed intermediate of arts from Notre Dame College and obtained a bachelor's degree with honors and a master's degree in English literature from Dhaka University. He is married to Yasmeen Ziauddin, and they have a son and a daughter.