Chinese-invested global trade center set to boost Kenya's status as regional hub


NAIROBI, May 18 (Xinhua) -- Chinese-invested Global Trade Center in Nairobi, Kenya's capital, which is set to open in September, will boost Kenya's status as a regional commercial hub, an official said Wednesday.

Shamim Malowa, the marketing supervisor of AVIC International Real Estate Kenya, told journalists in Nairobi that finishing touches are currently underway on the four-tower 31-floor high-rise residential apartments, one-tower 42-floor office and the retail mall.

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