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Studio interview: China, Africa seek closer ties

07-19-2012 09:25 BJT Special Report:5th Ministerial Meeting of Forum on China-Africa Cooperation |

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In the studio, we are joined by Ren Xiaoping, the former Chinese ambassador to Namibia, and He Wenping, a research fellow at the Institute of West Asian and African Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Hello and welcome to our special program.

The China-Africa Cooperation Forum has helped develop Sino-African strategic partnerships and has become a model for south-to-south cooperation.

Q1. So, could you first tell us when and under what background the forum started?

Q2: What role has the Forum played over the past years in helping African countries? What is the significance of the forum?

Q3: How do you see Sino-African Cooperation under the framework of the Forum?

Q4: What is expected from the forum this year and what are the differences from previous ones?

Q5: What are the challenges and opportunities of Sino-African cooperation?

 

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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