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16/11/2009 to 22/11/2009
Weekly news

16/11/2009 to 22/11/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments:  China hails role of Sudanese president in development- Sudan Tribune (SDN) 21/11/2009 A visiting Chinese official hailed the role played by Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir in transforming his country in terms of development. Full Story.  China firm invests in $8bn Zimbabwe- Business Report (ZAF) […]

09/11/2009 to 15/11/2009
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09/11/2009 to 15/11/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments:  China supports dictators, say Amin and Bokassa’s creators- Daily Nation (KEN) 16/11/2009 When China last week announced at the Africa-China summit in Egypt that it will give African countries a total of $10 billion in new loans, it was easy to predict the irritating […]

09/11/2009 to 15/11/2009
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09/11/2009 to 15/11/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments:  China hails role of Sudanese president in development- Sudan Tribune (SDN) 21/11/2009 A visiting Chinese official hailed the role played by Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir in transforming his country in terms of development. Full Story.  China firm invests in $8bn Zimbabwe- Business Report (ZAF) […]

02/11/2009 to 08/11/2009
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02/11/2009 to 08/11/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:  Kagame addresses China-Africa summit- New Times (RWA) 10/11/2009 President Paul Kagame yesterday addressed the opening ceremony of the fourth Forum on China-Africa Cooperation held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Full Story.  Progress in China -Africa trade and economic co-operations- New Times (RWA) 10/11/2009 The Chinese […]

26/10/2009 to 01/11/2009
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26/10/2009 to 01/11/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:  Egypt hosts next China-Africa Summit- Africa News (NED) 3/11/2009 Chinese officials are gearing up for the second China-Africa Summit scheduled for Egypt next week. Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao, is expected to arrive in the Egyptian capital of Cairo later this week, ahead of […]

19/10/2009 to 25/10/2009
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19/10/2009 to 25/10/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:  Three Chinese arrested in Senanga- Lusaka Times (ZAM) 27/10/2009 The Immigration Department in Senanga district has arrested three Chinese nationals for illegally working in Zambia. Full Story.  So what if China is becoming a darling of Africa? – New Times (RWA) 27/10/2009 The West […]

12/10/2009 to 18/10/2009
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12/10/2009 to 18/10/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:  What is China doing in Guinea?- Guardian (GBR) 19/10/2009 Reports that China is financing investments to the tune of $7bn in military-ruled Guinea in exchange for access to its resources have re-ignited western fears about Chinese activities in Africa. Full Story.  Kenya to strike […]

05/10/2009 to 11/10/2009
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05/10/2009 to 11/10/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:  Firms fight for Africa’s oil and gas- Daily Nation (KEN) 13/10/2009 Africa is emerging as a leading oil exploration frontier with prospecting companies repositioning themselves as the global economy recovers from financial crisis. Full Story.  Guinea confirms huge China deal- BBC (GBR) 13/10/2009 Guinea’s […]

28/09/2009 to 04/10/2009
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28/09/2009 to 04/10/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:  China is next to Angola despite the financial crisis- Journal de Angola (AGO) 03/10/2009 The People’s Republic of China will continue to implement projects of national reconstruction and development in Angola, under the legal instruments of bilateral cooperation agreed between the two countries, […]

21/09/2009 to 27/09/2009
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21/09/2009 to 27/09/2009

All last week’s China Africa developments below:   Nigerian oil licences eyed by China could expire- Business Day (ZAF) 29/09/2009 Several of the Nigerian oil licences being eyed by Chinese state-owned oil company CNOOC are either close to expiry or under litigation. Full Story.  Rwanda starts assembling LCD television sets- Rwandan Times […]