June 27, 2010

China's New Focus on Africa

Alex Perry, Time

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The ambition, speed and scale of Chinese involvement in Africa is extraordinary.

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TAGGED: Zaire, Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Angola, Sudan, Africa, Congo, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of Congo, China

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