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China and Africa:An Initial Analysis of the Involvement of China’s State-owned Enterprises in the Construction of the Three Grand Networks in Africa
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Pages: 1-15+123+127
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Asia & Africa Review

Keyword:  中央企业非洲三大网络建设关注重点;
Abstract: China’s cooperation with Africa in constructing the three grand networks in Africa not only reflects China’s economic and trade policies towards Africa, but also meets the needs of the social and economic development in Africa. The active participation of the Chinese state-owned enterprises in such projects on the bases of their advantages not only imply their needs of internationalization, but also facilitates the state-owned capital to make contributions to China’s external economic and trade strategy. This paper, based on the facts of China’s investment and achievements in the construction of communication infrastructure in Africa as well as the reality of African planning and construction of communication networks, has meticulously analyzed the major concerns of the five sub-regions in Africa and talked about the significance of Chinese state-owned enterprises’ participation in the construction of the three grand networks in Africa as well as the governing principles and possible routes.
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