How can the African private sector woo China?

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An Ivory Coast manganese mine that has benefitted from Chinese investment. Image: REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon

Jinghao Lu
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Chinese direct investment in Africa Image: Caixin Media
Chinese loans to Africa Image: SAIS China Africa Research Initiative; Johns Hopkins University
Chinese oversupply and overcapacity problem in industry Image: The Economist
Comparing Chinese forex reserves with Chinese foreign direct investment Image: Author’s own analysis, Bloomberg, Brookings Institution
Chinese government loans to African countries Image:
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