Commentary in China Daily

From The Official Blog of Amb. David H. Shinn Fri Jan 11 2013, 13:25:00

The government-controlled China Daily asked me to comment on the sate of China-Africa relations. The editors accepted my contribution and published it on 11 January 2013 with one deletion and added their own title of "A Developing Tale of Success". The deletion concerned my assertion that Chinese traders in Africa are facing increasing criticism from their African counterparts.

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