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How African Countries Can Benefit From the U.S.-China Trade War

It's conventional wisdom that the worse the U.S.-China trade war becomes, the worse it will be for African countries who are effectively caught in the middle. But that may be the case, writes Botswana Trade Minister Bogolo Kenewendo in a new article published on ...

For the First Time in a Long Time, China Isn’t Looming in the Background of an Africa Summit… This Time It’s the U.S.

Over the past few years at various African summits organized by the Japanese, Europeans or Americans, China has emerged as a kind of benchmark that other foreign powers are now measured against in Africa. Beijing's dominance in African trade, infrastructure development, and technology adoption are all seen ...

Tanzania Tells China Merchants Holdings: “Take It or Leave It!”

Tanzanian President John Magufuli seems to be taking a page from Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's playbook on how to negotiate with the Chinese. Mahathir last year, if you recall, abruptly canceled a multi-billion dollar rail and oil pipeline deal with the Chinese, calling them ...

After Travelling to Kenya Three Times, a Chinese High School Student Started a New Business with a Group of Massai Women

I am a high school student in China. I have come to Kenya twice for field researches related to community development. This July, I went to Kenya again to do something different. Kenya is not a major destination for most ...