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An Evaluation of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Africa

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With the joint efforts of China and Africa, Chinese Enterprises have made remarkable achievements in investing in Africa after years of development, which have received relatively fair and objective comments from African people and an increasing number of far-sighted people in Western countries. It is generally believed that China-Africa investment cooperation has ushered in new opportunities for socio-economic development, enhanced the capacity for independent development and further boosted the international cooperation of Africa.
Meanwhile, by describing China as a 'resource predator' and 'neo-colonialist', some Western media have also been smearing China's image in terms of its investment in Africa, and accusing China of profiting from its ties with Africa and being irresponsible in supporting Africa's peace and security. Confronted with these contrasting attitudes, Chinese scholars are duty-bound to make positive responses in order to present to the outside world an accurate representation of China's investments in Africa.
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Keywords: DIRECT INVESMENT OF CHINA IN AFRICA; INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT; LEADING ROLE; MODE; RECOMMENDATIONS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2019

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