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Cross over: Prospects & challenges to Sino-African cooperation

07-19-2012 16:07 BJT Special Report:5th Ministerial Meeting of Forum on China-Africa Cooperation |

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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has also delivered a speech at the opening ceremony. He said he sees three areas where this forum can better the development of Africa. Full story >>

For more insight, let’s cross over to our correspondent Beatrice Marshall, who is in Nariobi bureau.

Hello, Beatrice

Q1: China has been the biggest trading partner of Africa for three consecutive years now. How do you see Sino-African trade relations progressing?

Q2: What can we expect for the future of Sino-African cooperation? And are there any possible challenges to Sino-African cooperation?

 

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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