Sinazongwe and Chiawa farms in the southern Zambezi Valley total more than 26,500 acres, of which nearly 10,000 acres are farmable and used for irrigated arable cropping.
One country in Africa where Chinese firms have found it relatively easy to make a living is Zambia. Chinese companies in Zambia are involved in almost every aspect of the economy, from mining to agriculture to hospitality.
What is it about Zambia that draws so many Chinese firms and people to it?
Farmland in Africa: From subsistence level to massive ranches
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