China in Africa: A Macroeconomic Perspective
In recent years, China has dramatically expanded its financing and foreign direct investment to Africa. This expansion has served the political and economic interests of China while providing Africa with much-needed technology and financial resources. This paper looks at Chinaâ€™s role in Africa from the Chinese perspective. [Working Paper No. 230].
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