Digital Platforms Editor, France 24
Asia-based multimedia journalist and co-host of the weekly 'China in Africa podcast' that explores the PRC's engagement on the continent.
africa.chinadaily.com.cn — Mahamat Mouta Djirabi, a Chadian, walks through the hotel lobby of the New York Forum Africa conference carefully searching for participants to connect with. He stops at a group of Chinese people and starts pulling out promotional materials from his suitcase. Djirabi looks prepared as he talks slowly in English to the Chinese.
upi.com — ACCRA, Ghana, June 14 (UPI) -- More than 1,000 Chinese gold miners in Ghana, facing a crackdown on illegal mining in the West African nation, have returned home, Chinese officials said. A total of 1,072 Chinese miners arrived Thursday night in Shanglin County in south China's Guangxi Zhuang province, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
africa.chinadaily.com.cn — Yin Minshan expects Lifan's sales in Africa will keep growing 10 percent annually until 2015. Provided to China Daily After being on the road for more than 20 years, Car and motorcycle maker is heading for the top For Yin Minshan, Africa offers one of the most fertile lands for Chinese private companies' global development.
ghanabusinessnews.com — You Are Here: Home " General News " Ghana says mining crackdown not against Chinese Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, on Wednesday said Chinese in Ghana are not the target of the ongoing crackdown on illegal small scale miners in the country.
english.peopledaily.com.cn — Chinese technicians and African workers at an expressway construction site in Nairobi, Kenya. China has established two funds to finance Chinese enterprises investing in Africa. ZHAO YINGQUAN / XINHUA New initiatives to lift investment in the continent The China-Africa Business Council and the China-Africa Development Fund have decided to set up two new funds this year boost China's investment in Africa.
newyorker.com — It happened in Zambia like it could happen elsewhere in Africa. Chinese investors made deals with the government to mine its natural resources, filling federal coffers with billions of dollars. Chinese immigrants moved into cities and rural towns. They started construction companies; opened copper, coal, and gem mines; and built hotels and restaurants, all providing new jobs.
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