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Sino-Japanese competition heats up in Africa

Japan’s pledge at the Tokyo International Conference on African Development held in Nairobi at the end of August to invest $30 billion in public and private capital on the continent over the next 3 years sends a strong signal of the country’s renewed level of interest in Africa. China generally takes a dim view of this and other Japanese initiatives on the continent. An analysis and review of the intensifying competition between the two countries in relation to Africa.

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