China: US malicious worries for Africa

A while ago I came across a book of which title was ‘If China had discovered America’. One plausible hypothesis from that would be for example that instead of writing these lines in English and from London I would possibly be doing that in Chinese and based somewhere in China. The global metropolis the worldContinue reading “China: US malicious worries for Africa”

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The African Challengers

Pessimism that Western media has for decades associated with the African continent has started giving room to optimism, particularly in the light of how poorly developed countries are performing economically since a number of years now. The financial crisis of 2008 which impacted seriously on the capitalism system has not gone away yet. In addition,Continue reading “The African Challengers”

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China and Africa trade relations: Are we heading towards a neo-colonialism ‘Made in China’?

By Patrick Mbeko The author of this essay describes the incumbent state of the economic and commercial relations between China and Africa. He goes on explaining what will probably happen if the appearing unbalance in the relationship is not reviewed rapidly, particularly on the African side. Some negative aspects in the prevailing and increasing tradeContinue reading “China and Africa trade relations: Are we heading towards a neo-colonialism ‘Made in China’?”

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