NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -- The Bahamas is unveiling a national
stadium that China built for more than $50 million as the Asian
country ramps up investment across the archipelago.
Government officials from both the Bahamas and China were
expected to inaugurate the 15,000-seat Thomas A. Robinson stadium
Sports Minister Charles Maynard said the stadium was a gift with no strings attached.
The stadium was built using only Chinese materials and labor and
further cements the growing relationship between the two countries.
China also expects to build a $50 million sports and recreational
village around the stadium.
China's state-owned Export-Import Bank is building the $2.6 billion Baha Mar resort complex in New Providence and has agreed to provide a $41 million loan to build a new port and bridge in the
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