China and India Go to Africa

New Deals in the Developing World

Author: Harry G. Broadman
March/April 2008
Foreign Affairs

Economic activity between Africa and Asia, especially China and India, is booming like never before. If the problems and imbalances this sometimes creates are managed well, this expanding engagement could be an unprecedented opportunity for Africa's growth and for its integration into the global economy.

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