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Podcast Transcript: China’s Distant Fishing Fleet Is Decimating What’s Left of Ghana’s Fish Stocks


Eric: Hello and welcome to another edition of the China in Africa podcast. I’m Eric Olander and as always, I’m joined by Cobus Van Staden, a senior China, Africa researcher at the South African Institute of international affairs in Johannesburg, South Africa. A very good afternoon to you Cobus.

Cobus: Good afternoon.

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