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Billions for ADO

Beijing state banks to lend billions to Ouattara

In July, Development and Planning Minister Albert Mabri Toikeusse revealed that negotiations are under way between the Abidjan government and China’s state-run policy banks t...

The Dar leader

Washington and Seoul are discreetly putting pressure on Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete to end military cooperation with Pyongyang. Around 18 North Korean military technicians a...

    Vol 6 (AAC) No 10 |

Meng Jianzhu

Secretary, Central Politics and Law Commission, CPC, China

With more Chinese nationals and businessmen in Africa than ever before, the Beijing government has much to do when it comes to protecting its citizens. After a wave of attacks targ...

    Vol 6 (AAC) No 10 |

Subhanu Saxena

Chief Executive Officer, Cipla, India

Africa is a major market for the pharmaceuticals industry, especially with regard to antiretroviral and antimalarial medicines, and India’s Cipla aims to grab a big share of ...

Kang Chang-hee

Speaker, National Assembly, South Korea

National Assembly Speaker Kang Chang-hee made his first trip to Africa in July and spent 13 days in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. In Dar es Salaam, the government of President Jaka...

Help for the East

With European security support to be reduced in 2015, Kinshasa is counting on China and India to help the UN mission and Congolese troops

India and China are offering to help President Joseph Kabila’s government secure its eastern borders following a series of bilateral meetings in June in Kinshasa. These offer...

Africa's bidding war

Tokyo used its conference to show that Japan's aid and its private sector can compete with China and India in Africa

At the Fifth Tokyo International Conference for African Development, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government pledged ¥3.2 trillion (US$32 billion) in public and private fu...

Miners out but no funds in

Accra-Beijing relations are tested by growing concerns about illegal gold mining and a slowdown in finance for the Chinese-built gas plant

Ghana’s expulsion of some 200 Chinese accused of involvement in illegal gold mining and more delays in disbursements from the China Development Bank for the gas plant in the ...

Spotlight on Queensway Group

China International Fund's former parent company, Dayuan International Development, is ordered by a judge to hand over its books to a former director

A high-profile Hong Kong court case could reveal more details about the business dealings of the secretive China International Fund and China Sonangol. Nicknamed the ‘88 Quee...

Seoul says no to youth export

South Korea ends speculation on the matter and begins to investigate Yoon Choong-sup, the man behind the plan

South Korea is adamant that it did not and will not authorise the arrival of some 100,000 young Malawian workers, as announced by President Joyce Banda and her People’s Party...

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