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“China Needs to Increase Transparency,” says Ministry of Commerce Researcher

The exterior of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce headquarters in Beijing. Image via CGTN.

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) blamed heightened nationalism, protectionism and populism among U.S. and European governments for the growing lack of trust among Africa’s international creditors. 

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