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AU Conference Center and Office Complex

AU Conference Center and Office Complex

The AU Conference Center and Office Complex (AUCC) is a building in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It is the headquarters of the African Union. The main building is 99.9 meters tall[1] and it is the tallest building in Addis Ababa. Its cost was US$200 million funded by the Chinese government.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ Li Lianxing (2011-11-26). "New AU headquarters passes initial inspection".  
  2. ^ "African Union opens Chinese-funded HQ in Ethiopia".  
  3. ^ "AU Conference Center symbolize rise of Africa: Ethiopian PM".  


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