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Old June 19th, 2009, 03:27 AM   #1
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Chinese CMEC considering to build 2.45million social houses in Congo

L’entreprise chinoise CMEC projette de construire deux millions et demi de logements sociaux en RDC
Kinshasa, 15/06/2009



La Chine ne se limite pas à investir en RDC dans les chantiers d’infrastructures routières, par exemple, mais vise aussi le secteur de l’habitat avec en l’occurrence l’entreprise chinoise CMEC qui compte construire deux millions et demi de logements sociaux.

Le vice-premier ministre en charge de la Reconstruction, Emile Bongeli a reçu dernièrement en audience une délégation chinoise de l’entreprise « China Machinery and Equipement Import et Export corporation » (CMEC), en visite de travail en Répu*blique Démocratique du Congo. Spécialisée dans les domaines de logements so*ciaux, la délégation chinoise était conduite par Zhang kaiyu directeur du CMEC. Ce denier a indiqué être venu informer à son hôte de la possession dans ses vali*ses, d’un projet de construc*tion de 2.450.000 logements sociaux.
Il a aussi porté à la connaissance de son inter*locuteur que ce projet de construction se concrétise d’ici 2015 sur l’ensemble du territoire national le chef de la délégation a dans la foulée annoncé à la presse que le CMEC étendra son projet sur quatre phases. Il a été donné d’apprendre que l’entreprise chinoise pro*cédera à la construction de 3000 logements; dans cha*que province dans les tout prochains jours. Promettant ainsi de s’atteler de sorte que le prix de vente desdits logements soit à la portée de toutes les bourses.
Le Vice-premier mi*nistre s’est montré très inté*ressé par le projet et a ras*suré ses hôtes qu’il pèsera de tout son poids afin que ce projet à portée nationale devienne une réalité. Promesse qu’il a également fai*te à la délégation des investissements coréens, porteur d’un projet de construction d’une cité moderne, notam*ment la construction des logements sociaux, des hôpitaux, des bâtiments commerciaux ainsi qu’un com*plexe industriel. On rappelle que cette délégation a été conduite par la ministre du Genre, Enfant et Famille.

Dr Har-Jung Juing, président délégué général de l’entreprise « Mass Ko*rean International Inc a salué l’implication du gouver*nement, par l’entremise du Vice-premier ministre pour la promesse de concrétisation de son projet qui contri*buera au développement du pays, dans le cadre de cinq chantiers de la République.

Les Sud-coréens intéressés aussi à construire des logements sociaux


La firme sud-coréenne M.K. compte matérialiser dans les tout prochains jours un vaste projet de construction de logements sociaux pour répondre à l’appel du gouvernement congolais dans le cadre des cinq chantiers, principalement dans le secteur de l’habitat, a dit à la presse, le président de cette société, le Dr Hae Jing, à l’issue d’un entretien samedi avec le Premier ministre Muzito. Pour M. Hae Jing, les conditions d’investissements pour ce projet « réaliste et bénéfique » pour la RDC seront dévoilées aussitôt que les études de faisabilité effectuées par les parties congolaise et sud-coréenne seront prêtes.

Selon son président, M.K. va utiliser la nouvelle technologie de pointe pour doter la RDC de maisons dont le coût sera à la portée de toutes les classes sociales. Il a également indiqué qu’à l’instar de grandes métropoles du monde, Kinshasa qui souffre des problèmes de logements pourra avoir des maisons de « haute classe », avant d’annoncer que M.K. s’intéresse également au secteur des mines et à l’aménagement des parcs industriels. M.K. a déjà construit des logements sociaux en Afrique du Sud, au Mali, au Nigeria et en Côte d’Ivoire, rappelle-t-on.

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Old June 19th, 2009, 03:29 AM   #2
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Excellent news!
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Old June 19th, 2009, 03:36 AM   #3
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along with the Korean Company that is to build 3000 homes per provinces (26), it's a big thing. Congo will just turn into a massive work site.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 10:50 AM   #4
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Good job!

Construction of social buildings is good for the industry and other sectors.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 10:50 AM   #5
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along with the Korean Company that is to build 3000 homes per provinces (26), it's a big thing. Congo will just turn into a massive work site.

Has Congo good enough cementfactories for this mass construction?
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Old June 19th, 2009, 11:30 AM   #6
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The Chinese build 2,500,000 homes and the Koreans build 78,000 homes in the DRC? That should be enough to give 9,000,000 persons a good home.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 03:12 PM   #7
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Has Congo good enough cementfactories for this mass construction?
Well We only have 2 Cement Factories to that supply the country. But they are going to rebuild 4 more factories and Build 5 new more factories.

In Total the country supposed to have more than 10 factories to support all these projects.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 05:39 PM   #8
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can anyone give an English translation?
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Old June 20th, 2009, 02:25 AM   #9
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The Chinese company CMEC plans to build two and a half million of social housing in the DRC
Kinshasa, 15/06/2009



China does not limit itself to invest in the DRC in the yards of road infrastructure, for example, but also the housing sector in this case with the Chinese company CMEC has built two and a half million of social housing .

The Deputy Prime Minister in charge of reconstruction, Emile Bongeli recently received in audience a delegation of the Chinese company "China Machinery and Equipment Import and Export Corporation (CMEC), on a working visit in the Czech Republic * Democratic Republic of Congo . Specializing in the areas of housing so * cial, the Chinese delegation was headed by director Zhang kaiyu CMEC. The latter said to have come to inform his host in his possession * its validity, a construction project * of 2,450,000 housing.
He also brought to the attention of the inter * speaker that this construction project happen by 2015 throughout the national territory the head of the delegation in response to the press announced that CMEC will extend its project on four phases. It was given to learn that the Chinese pro * transfer to the construction of 3,000 homes; * that in each province in the coming days. And promising to work so that the selling price of those homes will be within the reach of all budgets.
Deputy Prime Minister mi * was * very interesting person concerned by the project and ras * insured that guests will weigh very heavily so that this national project a reality. Promise he also fai * te to the delegation of Korean investment, the bearer of a project to build a modern city, including * ment the construction of social housing, hospitals, commercial buildings and a com * industrial complex. It was noted that this delegation was led by the Minister of Gender, Child and Family.

Dr. Har-Jung Juing, President Executive Director of the company Mass Ko rean * International Inc has welcomed the involvement of govern * ment, through the Deputy Prime Minister for the promise of realizing his project against * contribute to national development, within five yards of the Republic.

The South Koreans also interested to build social housing

The South Korean firm MK account materialize in the next days a major project to provide social housing to meet the call of the DRC government under the five sites, mainly in the housing sector, said the press, the president of this company, Dr. Hae Jing, following an interview Saturday with Prime Minister Muzito. Mr. Hae Jing, the investment for this project feasible and beneficial "for the DRC will be unveiled as soon as feasibility studies conducted by the Congolese and South Korea are ready.

According to its chairman, MK will use new technology to provide the DRC of houses which will be accessible to all social classes. He also indicated that, like large cities in the world, Kinshasa suffering problems of housing will have houses of "high class", before announcing that MK is also interested in the mining sector and the 'management of industrial parks. MK has already built public housing in South Africa, Mali, Nigeria and Ivory Coast, said there.
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sounds great, indeed!

When will they start?
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Old June 20th, 2009, 01:49 PM   #12
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Sounds interesting, it only says "dans les tout prochain jours", did they declare when they will start?
It's good, a project on this scale will not only provide descent homes for the people, it will also provide millions of jobs, demand for the material providing industries (ex: cement factories), contribute to the GDP ect...

En tout cas, c'est une tres bonne nouvelle pour la RDC. J'espere que ce n'est que le debut.
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Old June 20th, 2009, 04:32 PM   #13
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When will they start?


No Specific date yet. But they have been talking about for 1 year , now.


But my assumptions are , Most likely early 2011. Because they are waiting for Construction of more cement factories, Construction of interprovincial highways . Roads are already being built.
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Old June 23rd, 2009, 11:54 PM   #15
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Hello everyone.

Well done Congo...I perosnally prefer the building of housing projects than to the high rise buildings. Seeing consistantly modern houses in their cities really shows organization, and puts the country in a good image. I think all countries should do this.
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Construction of social buildings is good for the industry and other sectors.
Social housing is actually one of the building blocs of a successful and emergent developing economy, one may consider it as the correct route towards a thriving industrialized market- economy along with the simultaneous development of health and education.
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Social housing is actually one of the building blocs of a successful and emergent developing economy, one may consider it as the correct route towards a thriving industrialized market- economy along with the simultaneous development of health and education.
31 Hospitals, 185 Clinics are to be built all over the country.

2 new Big Universities ( the country has already more than 50 Univertities and Colleges) But most need to be rehabilited.


Visit: Kinshasa under Construction thread.

Katanga province under construction thread.
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Old June 25th, 2009, 10:37 PM   #18
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In Sudan too...

Mid Next July set as Date to Announce Chinese Company for Implementing National Housing Project
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Dr. Ghulam-Eddin Osman Khartoum, June 20 (SUNA) - The Secretary General of the National Housing Fund, Dr. Ghulam-Eddin Osman, said that July 15 was fixed as the date to announce the Chinese company winning the bid for national housing prior to signing the contract with it to implement the project in six states.

He said that the competing companies were selected after precise scrutiny and reviewing of their former experiences and capabilities. Osman said that the national housing project will be implemented in the Northern, Nahral-Neil, Kassala, Sennar, North Kordofan and North Darfur States. He said that the coming days will witness arrival of delegations of three major Chinese companies that are operating in the field of building and construction. MO/MO
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Really I dont think those people who are in charge or command of national housing fund are matuer enough to fellow the modren standard in the world...we need to know about the companies which are going to construct the new houses concerning their ability and their previous acheivement in similar projects...and the desighn of the new houses and the way of providing the service of both water and electricity and if they are going to fellow the same old methos which we should change soon or later in our exixiting cities...really many question about their planning for the houses...any how I watch a program in sudan TV about a project belong to the above fund ,unfortunately it doesnt look as a city or a town for future....PLEASE ANY ONE WHO HAS ANY DETAILS
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Really I dont think those people who are in charge or command of national housing fund are matuer enough to fellow the modren standard in the world...we need to know about the companies which are going to construct the new houses concerning their ability and their previous acheivement in similar projects...and the desighn of the new houses and the way of providing the service of both water and electricity and if they are going to fellow the same old methos which we should change soon or later in our exixiting cities...really many question about their planning for the houses...any how I watch a program in sudan TV about a project belong to the above fund ,unfortunately it doesnt look as a city or a town for future....PLEASE ANY ONE WHO HAS ANY DETAILS
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I understand your concern.But what i i'm concern about is that millions of people will get decent housing , clean water and Electricity.

However. I would ike to see Congolese build the Houses, but i still don't care if the Chinese do it.


Congolese are business minded people. I know that it's Congolese theselves who will make theselves wealthy, and grow the economy.
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