Chinese firm facilitates Vietnamese workers in Algeria

Che Quan Qing, director of a construction company of the Metallurgical Construction Corporation of China (MCC Group), has pledged to create all favourable conditions for Vietnamese workers hired by his company in Algeria. 
Vietnamese workers in Algeria (Illustrative image. Source VNA)
Vietnamese workers in Algeria (Illustrative image. Source VNA)

He made the assertion at a reception for Nguyen Van Dung, first secretary in charge of consular affairs at the Embassy of Vietnam in Algiers, who came to visit the company’s construction site of social houses in Berrouaghia, about 120km from Algiers capital, on November 17.

Qing said his company has freshly received nearly 50 Vietnamese workers, increasing the total number of Vietnamese workers at the company to 195.

He highly valued the working style and skills of the Vietnamese workers and hoped to employ more.

After completing contracts in Algeria, many Vietnamese workers have been introduced to work at companies of the MCC Group in Vietnam.

The Vietnamese workers at Qing’s company in Algeria have an average monthly salary of 600 USD. Skilled workers have earned up to 1,000 USD per month.

On behalf of the Vietnamese Embassy in Algeria, Dung thanked the Chinese firm for facilitating Vietnamese workers over the past time.

He affirmed that the embassy will propose the discussion of the Vietnamese labour issue at the 11th inter-governmental meeting held in Algeria from November 27-29 to create more favourable conditions for them. VNS

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