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China-Africa Economic Cooperation: Development Assistance and Economic Interests

Zinyemba, Lloyd LU (2012) NEKN03 20121
Department of Economics
Abstract
There has been an increasing engagement between China and Africa in recent years as reflected
by the level of aid, trade and investment flows. Building on the data available on China’s
development assistance flows into Africa together with China’s FDI stocks as a ‘strategic interest
variable’ gives an insight into the considerations given to the allocation of development
financing. The findings based on project financing across a sample of twenty countries used as a
proxy of China’s bilateral engagement turnover indicate a significant relationship with FDI.
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Zinyemba, Lloyd LU
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NEKN03 20121
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H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
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English
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3224649
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2012-12-05 13:05:30
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@misc{3224649,
  abstract     = {There has been an increasing engagement between China and Africa in recent years as reflected
by the level of aid, trade and investment flows. Building on the data available on China’s
development assistance flows into Africa together with China’s FDI stocks as a ‘strategic interest
variable’ gives an insight into the considerations given to the allocation of development
financing. The findings based on project financing across a sample of twenty countries used as a
proxy of China’s bilateral engagement turnover indicate a significant relationship with FDI.},
  author       = {Zinyemba, Lloyd},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {China-Africa Economic Cooperation: Development Assistance and Economic Interests},
  year         = {2012},
}