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Competing for development : the European Union and China in Ethiopia
(Stellenbosch University. Centre for Chinese Studies, 2011-11)
In European development policy circles, China’s Africa policy has spurred a lively debate about the motives, instruments and effects thereof. The paper assesses the ‘competitive pressure’ that China’s growing presence in ...
South-South migration and trade : African traders in China
(Stellenbosch University, Centre for Chinese Studies, 2013-06)
China-Africa relations are mainly driven by economic co-operation, underpinned by trade, investment and aid. The growing economic interests and business ties between China and Africa come along with movement of people; ...
South Africa’s relations with China and Taiwan: Economic realism and the ‘One China’ doctrine
(Stellenbosch University Centre for Chinese Studies, 2013-11)
In 1998, after the fall of apartheid, South Africa commenced diplomatic relations with the People’s Re-public of China (PRC). This ‘normalisation’ of South Africa’s China policy came with a condition to recognise Beijing’s ...