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An official photo of a Chinese medical team upon its arrival at the Addis Ababa airport in Ethiopia

Africa-China business and political relations under stress

  • Africa experienced dramatic economic consequences of the pandemic even before its first coronavirus cases
  • The continent has been highly dependent on China’s commodities imports and overseas investment projects
  • Its short- and medium-term outlook is bleak unless there is a quick and robust global recovery
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 Teresa Nogueira Pinto
The IMF slashed its GDP growth forecast for Ethiopia, for example, from 6.2 percent before the crisis to 3.2 percent now
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What's inside
  • Africa experienced dramatic economic consequences of the pandemic even before its first coronavirus cases
  • The continent has been highly dependent on China’s commodities imports and overseas investment projects
  • Its short- and medium-term outlook is bleak unless there is a quick and robust global recovery
Who will benefit?
  • Business leaders in companies that have interests and outposts in Africa
  • Academics and researchers dealing with global trade and investment flows
  • Decision makers in global companies
  • Political scientists who focus on trade policies and China’s BRI and MSRI
  • Public officials and NGOs dealing with developing countries
  • Risk-management professionals
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