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Potassium depletion in soil threatens worldwide food yields: Research

Beijing News 19 Feb 2024
In 2021, global potash consumption reached 45 million tonnes, with global production projected to rise to about 69 million tonnes in 2025 with new projects starting up in Belarus, Canada, Russia, Australia, Eritrea and the UK.
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Potassium depletion in soil threatens global crop yields

Phys Dot Org 19 Feb 2024
In 2021, global potash consumption reached 45 million metric tons, with global production projected to rise to about 69 million metric tons in 2025 with new projects starting up in Belarus, Canada, Russia, Australia, Eritrea and the UK.
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Eritrea launches tender for 30 MW solar plant

PV Magazine 24 Aug 2023
Eritrea has launched a tender for a 30 ... Eritrea's Ministry of Energy and Mines has launched a tender for the construction of a 30 MW solar plant in Dekemhare, in the central part of the African country.
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Eritrea: The Story You Don’t Hear

Breakthrough News 15 Jul 2023
The Eritrea-China strategic partnership secures critical income from mining, the provision of heavy equipment and investment in various sectors ... Russia and Eritrea likewise have an “integrated ...
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Countries in the global south can emulate China's example to create sustainable development

People Daily 06 Jun 2023
Eritrea and China ... In recent years, Eritrea-China cooperation and development programs have strengthened in areas such as infrastructure, education, energy and mining, medical care, and capacity building, which have achieved substantial progress.
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Xiplomacy: How close people-to-people bond consolidates cooperation between China, Eritrea

Independent online (SA) 02 Jun 2023
At Orotta Hospital in downtown Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, 33-year-old Dr ... In addition, Chinese enterprises have been actively participating in the fields of electricity, telecommunications, mining and infrastructure construction in Eritrea.
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In State Visit, Eritrea and China Signal Deeper Partnership

Beijing News 23 May 2023
Analysts say Eritrea and China need each other and are working to strengthen already-existing ties ... China broke ground on a copper, zinc and ore mine in Eritrea last year that it says will be a joint project.
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China and Eritrea gear up to celebrate 30 years of diplomatic ties

Independent online (SA) 17 May 2023
China encourages and supports Chinese-funded enterprises to invest in Eritrea, and is willing to discuss strengthening infrastructure construction and cooperation in telecommunications, agriculture, mining and other fields, Xi added.
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Update: Xi holds talks with Eritrean president

Beijing News 16 May 2023
China supports Chinese enterprises to invest and do business in Eritrea, and stands ready to strengthen cooperation on infrastructure construction, telecommunications, agriculture, mining and ...
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1st LD-Writethru: Xi holds talks with Eritrean president

Beijing News 16 May 2023
China supports Chinese enterprises to invest and do business in Eritrea, and stands ready to strengthen cooperation on infrastructure construction, telecommunications, agriculture, mining and ...
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Xi holds talks with Eritrean president

People Daily 16 May 2023
China supports Chinese enterprises to invest and do business in Eritrea, and stands ready to strengthen cooperation on infrastructure construction, telecommunications, agriculture, mining and ...
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President hails strong ties with Eritrea

China Daily 15 May 2023
President Xi Jinping underlined on Monday China's readiness to explore cooperation with Eritrea in infrastructure development, telecommunications, agriculture, mining and fisheries as part of broader ...
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How to travel the world on a Brompton

The Spectator 15 May 2023
There are downsides ... Most were from the Middle East and some from Eritrea ... Requests to travel to Eritrea are usually refused. But after an exhaustive interview by a high-ranking official at the embassy in London, mine was somehow waved through ... .

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