Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon?: Africa and China
Kweku Ampiah, Sanusha Naidu
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2008 - Business & Economics - 357 pages
"The emergence of China on the world scene is one of the most important phenomena of this century. This book focuses on the rapidly growing economic and political influence that China has in Africa. Cutting-edge contributions from sixteen pan-African authors provide an historical and geo-political context for understanding the evolving partnership between Africa and China. The book features nine detailed country case studies and assesses China's Africa policy and interests in relation to those of other powers. It broadens the debate on this crucial topic and ensures that African voices enrich a discourse that could well determine the future of the continent."--BOOK JACKET.
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