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Broadman: Chinese Investment Spurs Africa to Domestic Economic Reform

Interviewee: Harry G. Broadman
Interviewer: Stephanie Hanson
February 13, 2007

Harry G. Broadman, economic adviser to Africa for the World Bank and author of the book Africa's Silk Road: China and India's New Economic Frontier, discusses Chinese investment in Africa and the domestic economic reforms many African countries are making to improve their prospects for all foreign investment.

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