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China-Africa engagement: Has it peaked?

By KAI XUE

BEIJING, China, December 10, 2013 (TIA) -- The key factors driving China’s Africa play are starting to wane.

An Export-Import Bank of China executive, addressing an audience of investors in Hong Kong recently, made a prediction that total investments and loans from China to Africa would reach $1trn in the next 12 years. This stunning number finds a place in both of the the dominant predictive scenarios in the China-Africa narrative. In one, China is seen as orchestrating a Marshall Plan for Africa, while the other warns of a neo-colonial juggernaut.

Read more... Tuesday, 10 December 2013 16:19
 
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China’s $1 Trillion for Africa

TigerAfricaBy Robert I. Rotberg*

OTTAWA, Canada, November 30, 2013 (China&US Focus) -- China’s prosperity and its interest in Africa and African raw materials are crucial to Africa’s continued economic growth. As Africa’s population surges over the next several decades and Nigeria, Tanzania, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, among many others, swell in size, China’s investments and assistance will become even more valuable than they are already.

Read more... Saturday, 30 November 2013 09:22
 
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Kenya eyes trade benefits from planned Chinese-built railway

MOMBASA, Kenya, November 29, 2013 (Reuters) - Kenya's president inaugurated the country's biggest ever infrastructure project on Thursday, pledging his support for the construction of a $13.8 billion Chinese-built railway that aims to boost regional trade and cut transport costs.

Read more... Friday, 29 November 2013 09:32
 
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Deepening China-Africa Ties Through Media Cooperation

AmbassadorLiuBy Ambassador Liu Guangyuan*

NAIROBI, Kenya, November 20, 2013 (African Executive) -- The beginning of this century brought with it a new strategic partnership between China and Africa. This new partnership has nurtured and maintained sound momentum in promoting political equality, mutual trust, cultural exchanges and a win-win economic cooperation.

Read more... Wednesday, 20 November 2013 09:18
 
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Is China a Friend of Africa?

By Simplice Asongu

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon, November 06, 2013 (Project Sydicate) – For many developing countries, foreign direct investment is viewed as something very positive. International companies can bring cash, skills, technology, and high ethical standards to a host country. But others do not always regard such investors favorably: many stand accused of political meddling, polluting the environment, labor abuses, and other unscrupulous practices. This debate is particularly animated with respect to Chinese investment in Africa – a continent with a long history of political, economic, and commercial exploitation by foreign powers.

Read more... Wednesday, 06 November 2013 11:24
 
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China's Dream, Kenya's Dream

By H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta

CHINA, October 30, 2013 (Buziness Africa) -- Just like the scale of its spectacular success today, the magnitude of China's challenges only three decades ago was similarly great. The strategies that enabled it achieve success offer special lessons. I have a deep appreciation of the leadership philosophy you espouse both for China and internationally. It reflects your nation's proud tradition of diligence, courage and wisdom, and underscores your stated intention to promote world peace and stability through development of individual countries. I agree that international fairness must be secured through a strategy of equality, democracy and inclusiveness at all times, through all global conditions.

Read more... Thursday, 31 October 2013 11:14
 


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