Thursday, March 27, 2014

Chinese Companies in Africa: Mozambique and Angola Case Studies

Research in World Economy published in 2013 an analysis titled "China-Africa Economic Cooperation: Chinese Companies' Contributions to African Development - The Cases of Mozambique and Angola" by Paulo Elicha Tembe and Kangning Xu, both of Southeast University in Nanjing. 

The authors conclude that China's FDI in these two countries is related primarily to its demand for oil, minerals, and timber.  The paper also highlights the tangible benefits of this investment for Angola and Mozambique.

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