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Untainted picture of China's Africa policy

By He Wenping | China Daily | Updated: 2008-08-05 07:22

Untainted picture of China's Africa policy

On July 11 the World Bank published a report titled Building bridges: China's growing role as infrastructure financier for sub-Saharan Africa.

Unlike other reports, books and articles about Sino-African relations produced by various international institutions and European or American think tanks of different stripes in recent years, the latest World Bank report is focused on two aspects: Africa's infrastructure sector, where China is playing an enormous role and, through in-depth analysis of the sector, reaching the objective and positive conclusion that it is a fact China has been serving Africa's economic growth as a proactive driving force.

Infrastructure is the foundation for national economic development and reflects the level and potential of a country's national economic development. More importantly, it also has a direct bearing on a country's attraction to foreign investment and key lever for the environment of investment.

Untainted picture of China's Africa policy

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