China - Africa Production Capacity Cooperation
The Belt and Road Initiative is an important platform for China's foreign cooperation in the new era. The initiative, underpinned by win-win cooperation, aims to provide diversified options and impetus for world development through cooperation involving a wider range of countries. It has drawn on the experience of China-Africa cooperation and embodies the new international relations proposed by the Chinese government. When Africa's independent development is improving and its market-oriented reform is being implemented, it serves the development of African countries to deepen China-Africa capacity cooperation. In this study an analysis of China-Africa capacity cooperation is explored. In this context, the book is written to provide general information and past experience concerning China-Africa capacity cooperation.
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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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