Chinese mining in Southern Africa

From Zambian Economist Tue Nov 13 2012, 15:04:00

A recent fascinating report on the impact of Chinese firms and policies on extractive industries in Southern Africa. A useful read indeed that helps to contextualise Zambia's experience within the broader Chinese activity in the region - look out for the narrative on Zimbabwe in particular.

China Southern African and Extractive Industries

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