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Dialogue 2012-01-24 China, Africa seek win-win cooperation

01-26-2012 21:08 BJT

The Eighteenth African Union Summit is being held under the theme of boosting intra-African trade. China and Africa have experienced great increases in trade volume and capital inflow. But what are the other indicators of China’s growing economic ties with the countries of Africa. How will the instability in North Africa affect Africa-China economic corporation? Is the support of international organizations enough to rebuild North Africa? With the collapse of dictatorships in North Africa, how can democracy emerge from the falling regime?

Dialogue 2012-01-24 China, Africa seek win-win cooperation

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Host: Tian Wei

 Tian Wei

Studio Guests:

Liu Youfa, Vice President of China Institute of Int'l Studies

Ambassador Liu Guijin, Chinese Special Rep. for African Affairs

Francois Xavier Ngarambe, Ambassador of Rwanda to China

Online Guest:

Dr. Jean Marie Cishahayo, Senior Advisor for China Afica Program of UN Institute for
Training & Research

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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