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Chinese involvement in the Senegalese peanut trade : threat to local markets and processing industries
To deal with household socio-economic difficulties in rural areas in Senegal, peanut cultivation was introduced by French colonial powers at the beginning of the 20th century. The cultivation was to enable Senegal’s domestic ...
African regional economic communities engagement with China
The development of effective African Regional Economic Communities (RECs) stands to benefit African countries immensely. Transnational free trade regions, single customs unions, single markets, single currencies and other ...
FOCAC : trade, investments and aid in China-Africa relations
(Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University, 2012-05)
Under the label of South-South cooperation in the era of economic globalization, China has shown great interest in Africa. In 2000, to formalise bilateral engagement, minimise the discourses sur-rounding China’s relations ...
“Going global” in growth markets — Chinese investments in telecommunications in Africa
(Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University, 2012-04)
China is broadening its investment base in Africa. Investments are shifting from extractive and heavy industries to also include the continent’s service sectors; such as telecommunications. The boom achieved in Africa’s ...