Cost of Chinese aid to Malawi

From Face of Malawi Thu Dec 13 2012, 01:51:12

The generosity of the Chinese to Malawi poverty is not without long term implications as the many infrastructural projects they are currently funding will require exclusive maintenance close to the time the taxpayer in the country shall have begun to service the hefty concessional loans. Experts say maintenance of the Chinese funded and Chinese built [...]

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