The Confucius Institute of the University of Cape Town has invited IFAA to co-host a high level Colloquium on China-Africa relations with Ben Turok as Programme Director. 48 more words
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I enjoyed the Chinese New Year in London’s Chinatown watching the spectacular lion and dragon dancers as well as eating a lot of tasty dim sum. 492 more words
“My voicemail is full. My guys keep calling me. They’re in a state of panic,” says Sulemane Atakpo— a young small-scale mining entrepreneur—as he tries to suppress signs of anger and frustration from his face. 2,193 more words
China’s Policy Banks: How the China Development Bank and Export Import Bank are becoming lender of choice for emerging markets.
China is a major economic power by many quantitative measures, the world’s principal manufacturer, its foremost exporter and the fastest growing major economy. 1,850 more words
On January 12, a peace conference on the crisis in South Sudan took place in Khartoum. With representatives from China, Sudan, Ethiopia, and the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the South Sudanese government and the rebels… 683 more words
IT HAS LONG been expected that China would deploy troops in Africa, even though doing so would mark a shift away from Beijing’s long-held policy of keeping itself, in public at least, at arm’s length from involvement in African conflicts. 420 more words