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China, Africa, and Oil

Prepared by: Esther Pan, Staff Writer, cfr.org
May 3, 2006

Rising global energy demands have caused China to turn to Africa as a major supplier of oil. This cfr.org podcast looks at the extent of China's African ties.

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