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China’s rising influence In Africa



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China pushing its influence deep in Sub Saharan Africa, getting a head-start over other capital-exporting regions such as the Middle East, to position themselves in the resource-rich continent.

While the rest of the world is still circumspect about Africa’s business potential, the Chinese are entrenching themselves in the continent, drawn by its natural resources and pliant regulatory infrastructure. CONTINUE READING


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