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Old July 31st, 2014, 06:14 PM   #41
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Old July 31st, 2014, 09:43 PM   #42
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Nice pix!!

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Old August 1st, 2014, 03:17 AM   #43
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Bandundu is one city that should be expanded progressively and healthily in order to take pressure off Kinshasa


Now if the chinese investment plan of cultuvating 1 million acres of palm oil in Bandundu province had been implemented, then it would have definetely helped industrialize the province of Bandundu.

So the lecon is do not discourage investments because they help provide job and industrialize countries. Have a good business climate helps businesses set up and reduce poverty by creating jobs
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Old August 1st, 2014, 04:22 AM   #44
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And Bandundu is not far from Kin like Kikwit. with it navigable river., the city should find progress faster.

However, i don't even blame the governments, but Bandundu people themselves are lazy. they have lots of people that went to school in Kin and the Diaspora, they have had lots of Ministers, including prime ministers recently Muzito and Gizenga and were incapable of lobbying Kanambe to invest some kind of money.

The Bandundu people have zero, nothing for their province. samething with Euquateur.
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Bandundu is one city that should be expanded progressively and healthily in order to take pressure off Kinshasa


Now if the chinese investment plan of cultuvating 1 million acres of palm oil in Bandundu province had been implemented, then it would have definetely helped industrialize the province of Bandundu.

So the lecon is do not discourage investments because they help provide job and industrialize countries. Have a good business climate helps businesses set up and reduce poverty by creating jobs
KinKiesse, Bandundu do not need Chinese to plaint new palm oil. BDD already have the largest with palm standing there waiting for someone to do something. The problem is to buy new equipment, the one in BDD now is outdated and no working since 1970s, aaaaaah Mobutu. Remember this company used to be one of company who make Congo pride. In time when you say GeCaMin, Kilomoto next you have to say Huilerie de BDD. Many people from BDD used to make that joke, "this company is one that helps to finance construction Kinshasa".

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And Bandundu is not far from Kin like Kikwit. with it navigable river., the city should find progress faster.

However, i don't even blame the governments, but Bandundu people themselves are lazy. they have lots of people that went to school in Kin and the Diaspora, they have had lots of Ministers, including prime ministers recently Muzito and Gizenga and were incapable of lobbying Kanambe to invest some kind of money.

The Bandundu people have zero, nothing for their province. samething with Euquateur.
Butembo, no just this regime but Mobutu also. Bandundu and Kasais are the provinces which have more represent in multiple regimes and governments more than any other province. But guess what, these provinces are the one who regressed the most in Congo. Why don't ask, don't tell.

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Old August 2nd, 2014, 05:59 AM   #47
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Kinkiesse, Nako kanga ba photos na ba bilanga ya mbila oyo ya minene na BDD nako tiela bino yango awa to pe na Youtube.

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KinKiesse, Bandundu do not need Chinese to plaint new palm oil. BDD already have the largest with palm standing there waiting for someone to do something. The problem is to buy new equipment, the one in BDD now is outdated and no working since 1970s, aaaaaah Mobutu. Remember this company used to be one of company who make Congo pride. In time when you say GeCaMin, Kilomoto next you have to say Huilerie de BDD. Many people from BDD used to make that joke, "this company is one that helps to finance construction Kinshasa".

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Industrial agriculture requires that palm oil trees (outil de production) be replanted every so often once the plants have passed their peak yields. Now for all those abandoned palm oil plantations, they need reinvestment in money and also replant the trees that can no longer produce high yields due to their age and maybe disease.

Palm oil plantations are like a factory that must produce in order to the make it rentable or profitable. If the trees are too old, they must be cut down and be replanted. It may look good from its appearance from the outside, but on the inside these palm trees may be too old and diseased to produce since they were abandoned since the 1970's
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Old September 11th, 2014, 01:54 PM   #49
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The Gap between Kun and BDD Ville is astronomical. I don't get why its still so inactive when it is a Province capital and very close to Kin.

Weird.
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Old October 4th, 2014, 08:48 AM   #51
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Ah bong

Are you sure this building is in Bandundu?
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Old October 5th, 2014, 09:23 AM   #53
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Yes BUTEMBO21, you can check this link
http://www.uniband.org/
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Old October 5th, 2014, 09:32 AM   #54
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Si on développe un projet porteur dans un coin, voilà ce qui se passe... Des maisons à vendre au Bandundu précisément où? Don't really know... but really nice houses!!!

For example this one 35 000 $
























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Old November 9th, 2014, 02:47 PM   #56
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En effet, un projet remarquable par la qualité et la modernité. Par contre,…est-ce vraiment au Bandundu qu’on le réalise, ne serait-ce pas un de ces projets qui pullulent dans les zones périphériques de Kin ? A moins que ça ne soit une des composantes du parc agro-industriel de Bukanga Lonzo…En tous les cas, des infos supplémentaires sur ce projet seraient les bienvenues…
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Old November 9th, 2014, 03:04 PM   #57
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eH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH !!!

If not Bukanga Lonzo...it woud be hard for people from Banundu to accept, let alone the rest. lol
It look like somehwere in Maluku or Nsele.

But if it's Bandundu, then it will be great news IMO.
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En effet, un projet remarquable par la qualité et la modernité. Par contre,…est-ce vraiment au Bandundu qu’on le réalise, ne serait-ce pas un de ces projets qui pullulent dans les zones périphériques de Kin ? A moins que ça ne soit une des composantes du parc agro-industriel de Bukanga Lonzo…En tous les cas, des infos supplémentaires sur ce projet seraient les bienvenues…
Par rapport à la végétation environnante je penche pour la province, la personne qui a posté ces photos sur FB à préciser que c'est au BDD. Je vais essayer de glaner quelques infos. Une chose est sûre on peut construire à des prix raisonnables et que la diaspora devrait acheter des terres et construire au pays!
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$35K au BDD? that would be shocking if true. lol
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$35K au BDD? that would be shocking if true. lol
À part le ciment pour ceux qui ne veulent pas s'ouvrir à d'autres matériaux plus économiques et naturels, je ne vois jusqu'à présent pas la justification du prix pratiqué dans la capitale.
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