Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Impact of Sino-African Cooperation on Africa's Development

London-based Chatham House published a summary of a 24 March 2014 discussion titled "The Impact of Sino-African Cooperation on Africa's Development" by Liu Hongwu, director of the Institute of Africa Studies, and Zhan Shu, research fellow at the Institute of Africa Studies, Zhejiang Normal University. 

The message from the two Chinese scholars is that China's economic development over the past 35 years puts it in a unique position to counsel African countries on their own development.  Chinese influence on the continent is increasingly not just economic or industrial, but about the best path of development--the China Model. 

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