Domestic critics carp over extent of China’s munificence towards Africa

 Beijing stresses opponents of aid to Africa fail to grasp nuances of co-operation and mutual benefit Is it pure altruism or thinly veiled self-interest? Neither, according to Beijing: aid to (...)

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 29/04/2013

Domestic critics carp over extent of China's munificence towards Africa

 Beijing stresses opponents of aid to Africa fail to grasp nuances of co-operation and mutual benefit Is it pure altruism or thinly veiled self-interest? Neither, according to Beijing: aid to (...)

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