Chart of the Day: China’s Investment in Africa
China has loaned a lot of money to Africa over the years, but it has also invested a great deal in the world’s poorest continent.
As of the end of 2017, China’s accumulated direct investment in Africa amounted to more than $100 billion, with domestic companies involved in areas ranging from mining and manufacturing to real estate and finance, according to (link in Chinese) Chinese Vice Commerce Minister Qian Keming.
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