Africa and China: a strategic partnership?

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Africa and China: a strategic partnership?

Type: Article / Letter to editor
Title: Africa and China: a strategic partnership?
Author: Looy,J.van deHaan,L.J.de
Journal Title: Strategic Analysis
Issue: 3
Volume: 30
Start Page: 562
End Page: 575
Issue Date: 2006
Keywords: Africa
Abstract: Relations between Africa and China have increased over the years and become more dominated by China's economic interests. With an annual growth rate of 8-9 per cent, and a booming economy, China's dependency on accessing natural resources is a top priority and has accordingly expanded its horizons. Africa, with all its seemingly unlimited natural resources, is an ideal partner. In addition, the African continent as a whole offers a potential market for China's low-value manufactured commodities. This paper is an attempt to present an overview of contemporary Sino-African relations and the state of trade relations, with special emphasis on natural resources and the export market for Chinese products and investments in Africa
Other Identifiers: oai:ascleiden.nl:075287668:2358
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/13012
 

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