Cape Town, Hangzhou’s sister-city ties mutually beneficial: official

CAPE TOWN, April 14 (Xinhua) — The sister-city relationship between South Africa’s popular tourism destination Cape Town and its Chinese counterpart Hangzhou “has been of mutual benefit to both cities,” a senior Cape Town official said Wednesday.

Cape Town and Hangzhou became sister cities in 2005. According to the Cape Town municipality, the two cities have shared programs for mutual promotion as tourist destinations, premier education hubs, as well as for academic and cultural exchanges.

Their agreement “has allowed us to share the best international practice on how to attract trade and investment and has been of mutual benefit to both cities,” said Alderman James Vos, Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities…

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