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Expanding the Direct Investment of China in Africa

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Focusing on the theme of expanding direct investment of China in Africa, this research report will come with strategic, forward-looking and operable recommendations. The report points out that to expand direct investment of China in Africa, there are both opportunities and challenges from various field and levels. In order to properly manage the opportunities and challenges, the Chinese government, enterprises, financial and other related institutions are obliged to make an integrated effort, carrying out a precise layout in key countries and key industries, innovating the mode of investment and financing, and supporting the development of private enterprises, so as to promote and assist the development of these countries by expanding China's direct investment in Africa. Meanwhile, it is necessary to attach great importance to the soft-power building regarding legal, financial, tax, talent reserve, cultural and other affairs in the process of expanding China's direct investment in Africa. Furthermore, risks from polities, security, capital, nationalization, and international competition ought to be properly dealt with in order to safeguard the expansion of China's direct investment in Africa.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2019

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  • This journal provides unique and diverse perspectives from China on the 'Belt and Road Initiative'. China's 'Belt and Road Initiative' reflects China's vision for a better world and bright future, the responsibilities for ushering in a new-round of globalization, the construction of a community of shared destiny for mankind, and 'Chinese wisdom' to address global challenges. The BRI principle of 'wide consultation, joint construction, mutual benefit' embodies a brand-new, non- confrontational cooperation concept based on traditional Chinese culture. Its core is peaceful development and win-win cooperation. This journal researches the BRI objectives of 'policy coordination, facilities connectivity, unimpeded trade, financial integration and people-to-people bonds'. The goal of this journal is to be comprehensive in content, rigorous in structure and meticulous in form.
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