Chinese Business in Africa

Howard French, senior writer at the New York Times on:

New Power in Africa: Entrepreneurs From China Flourish in Africa

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  1. What worries me most is that “sustainability” is yet an unknown figure in their business practices.
    China’s interest in Africa is because America is practically not interested in Africa (or redraws troops and stops financial aids in times of crisis), and therefore not a serious competition.
    Africa is huge; there is timber, oil and just about anything that China in its rapid growth needs at a “good” price.