Into Africa

Ferguson, Tim
December 2008
Forbes Asia;12/8/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 21, p7
The article focuses on the China's role in the development of stability and peace in Congo. It cites that Beijing is putting a promised $9 billion for mining and transport infrastructure into Congo as part of its economic colonization in Dark Continent. It relates that most of the funds will go into Katanga region that aims to remove the conflict. It mentions that if China will be going to do business with Kinshasa state it should asked to step up as a lawful and just peacekeeper.


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