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Former Nigerian President urges Sino-African win-win strategies

11-11-2012 07:33 BJT Special Report:18th CPC National Congress |

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In Africa, leaders have shared their thoughts on the ongoing 18th CPC National Congress. Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has urged for win-win strategies between China and Africa.

Olusegun Obasanjo said, "When I was president, we believed that we should have strategic relations with China. Now what does that mean to us? What do we get out of it? We have China-Africa meeting very regularly. What does it amount to? Now what are we going to get out of this? Are we going to be partners? Or are we going to be master-servant relation? These are the issues that are very very important for the new leadership and the 18th Congress to contemplate and work out very good and satisfactory policy."


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