Cape Verde

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an island country in the Atlantic off the coast of Senegal

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Prime Minister Jose Correia e Silva of Cape Verde today in Sal, Cape Verde, opened the Advanced Structured Trade Finance Seminar and Workshops organized by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), saying that the country was determined to become an international trade hub.
Cape Verde intends to be an international market, the Prime Minister told Seminar participants.
Another ship had fallen prey to the treacherous reefs of the Cape Verde islands.
Johnson works for the marine archaeology company Arqueonautas World Wide, which is cooperating with Rule and the Cape Verde Government on the shipwreck project.
On May 20, 2017, President Jorge Carlos Fonseca and Prime Minister Ulisses Correia e Silva of Cape Verde respectively met with Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Praia.
Cape Verde is one of the most important cooperation partner of China in Africa, and traditional friendly relations between the two countries has been a model of mutual respect and equal treatment for big and small countries.
On May 20, 2017, Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks in Praia with Minister of Foreign Affairs Lius Filipe Tavares of Cape Verde.
Wang Yi expressed that although China and Cape Verde are far from each other with different sizes, yet both countries always share mutual understanding, mutual trust and mutual support, and enjoy a brotherly friendship.
Operating across four of Cape Verdes islands (Boa Vista, Sao Vincente, Sal and Santiago) and comprising nearly 30 wind turbines, the project has a total installed capacity of 25,5 megawatts, equivalent to around 20 percent of Cape Verdes energy needs.
The Lagos-based group, AFRICA Finance Corporation (AFC), has completed the acquisition of InfraCo Africas stake in the Cabeolica Wind Farm in Cape Verde.
Resolute Marine Energy (RME) Cape Verde, a subsidiary of the US-based RME and the company which will develop the project, considers Cape Verdes abundant near-shore wave resources to be particularly well-suited for development of this new technology.
Cape Verdes access to sustainable water resources is the second lowest of any country in Sub-Saharan Africa.