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Here’s why China’s trade deal with Mauritius matters

Mauritius signed the first FTA between China and an African state. Image: REUTERS

Lauren Johnston

Research Associate, SOAS China Institute

Marc Lanteigne

Associate Professor of Political Science, UiT: The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø

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