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3 myths about China's investment in Africa and why they need to be dispelled

Chinese President Xi Jingping with South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa and Senegal's President Macky Sall at the 2018 Beijing Forum on China-Africa Cooperation Image: REUTERS

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Image: McKinsey & Company, Dance of the lions and dragons. How are Africa and China engaging, and how will the partnership evolve?
Image: McKinsey & Company, Dance of the lions and dragons. How are Africa and China engaging, and how will the partnership evolve?
Image: McKinsey & Company, Dance of the lions and dragons. How are Africa and China engaging, and how will the partnership evolve?

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