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Star Times to expand territories in Africa


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Mr Pang Xinxing

By
Fidel Deke, GNA

Accra, July 21, GNA –
Mr Pang Xinxing, Group President of StarTimes, a Chinese Multinational media
company has confirmed that the organization is looking forward to expanding its
territories on the African continent.

A press release issued
on Friday by StarTimes said Mr. Xinxing made this known at the 2017 Youth
Connekt Africa Summit in Kigali on Thursday.

Mr Xinxing s

By
Fidel Deke, GNA

Accra, July 21, GNA –
Mr Pang Xinxing, Group President of StarTimes, a Chinese Multinational media
company has confirmed that the organization is looking forward to expanding its
territories on the African continent.

A press release issued
on Friday by StarTimes said Mr. Xinxing made this known at the 2017 Youth
Connekt Africa Summit in Kigali on Thursday.

Mr Xinxing said
StarTimes media is ready to roll out processes of expanding their territories
in Africa with the hope of employing more African Youth.

StarTimes, according
to records, had engaged about 4,000 Africans in various departments, who are
stationed in over 30 African countries.

Amongst these 4,000
Africans, the media organization has African local staffs occupying 75 per cent
of the company’s employments.

“Since Star Times
entered the African market in 2002, it has grown rapidly, creating large amount
of job opportunities for Africans, especially for young people.”

Mr Pang said StarTimes
plans to build a television production factory in Africa capable of producing
about 1 million Television sets in 5 years.

The establishment of
the factory, he said, can also create more job opportunities, as well as
develop skilled manpower for the African Television industry.

GNA


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