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Chinese Economic Activities in Sub Saharan Africa: A Substitute for Europe?

Keers, Ineke ; Pennink, Bartjan

The South East Asian Journal of Management, Oct 2010, Vol.4(2), pp.111-141 [Tạp chí có phản biện]

ISSN: 19781989 ; E-ISSN: 23556641

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  • Nhan đề:
    Chinese Economic Activities in Sub Saharan Africa: A Substitute for Europe?
  • Tác giả: Keers, Ineke ; Pennink, Bartjan
  • Chủ đề: China ; Africa ; Studies ; Economic Activity ; International Relations ; International Trade ; Foreign Investment ; Asia & the Pacific ; Africa ; Experiment/Theoretical Treatment ; Economic Conditions & Forecasts ; International Trade & Foreign Investment
  • Là 1 phần của: The South East Asian Journal of Management, Oct 2010, Vol.4(2), pp.111-141
  • Mô tả: This paper aims to investigate if the Chinese economic ties with Sub Saharan Africa serve as a substitute for the existing European-African relationship. Three types of economic activities are studied to determine a possible substitution effect: 1) trade (imports and exports) 2) foreign direct investment (FDI) flows; and 3) development aid from China and the European Union towards six African countries. Because natural resources, especially oil, appear to be a driver for Sino-African trade this study focuses on oil-importing and oil-exporting African countries. The group of oil-importing African countries is formed by South Africa, Ghana and Kenya. The oil-producing countries are represented by Nigeria, Angola and Sudan. We found that there is no Chinese substitution effect for European imports and exports and the European and Chinese FDI flows seem to be complementary rather than a substitute for each other, which then could lead to the development of African industries. Moreover, the combination of European and Chinese trade, aid and FDI could lead to the development of infrastructure, manufacturing industries and the improvement of social-economical standards in Africa. [PUBLICATION ]
  • Ngôn ngữ: English
  • Số nhận dạng: ISSN: 19781989 ; E-ISSN: 23556641

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