In this report, the African Center for Economic Transformation reviews China’s involvement with the African continent and how African countries can maximize the benefits of Africa-China economic partnerships…
Looking East: China’s Engagements with Africa – Benefits and Key Challenges
ACET’s newly released report reviews China’s increasing role in African economies and provides insights on how African countries should approach their engagements with China to maximize the benefits and manage the challenges.
ACET’s ground-breaking study focuses on key economic trends, benefits and challenges of China’s economic engagements with Africa and their implications for Africa’s development.
A synopsis to the report provides a summary of the background to this study, methodology and scope of the research as well as the key findings and recommendations.
Volume 1 of the two-part study provides an overview of key Chinese engagements in Africa and offers recommendations on how African policy-makers could respond to positive impacts and key challenges in priority areas.
Volume 2 provides an in-depth analysis of key dimensions of China-Africa engagements – trade, investment, economic and technical assistance, and seven important sectors in the relationship: oil and gas, mining, agriculture, infrastructure, manufacturing, forestry and services.
By highlighting key trends, benefits and challenges, the study will act as a guide to engaging China for Africa’s policymakers.
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