Bridging Africa’s Infrastructure Gap Through Strong Sino-Africa Cooperation

Adetunji Adeniyi

Abstract


The objective of the paper was to review the socio-economic benefits of the budding Sino-Africa economic relationship with a view to arriving at an informed opinion on its desirability and potency or contribution in closing Africa’s infrastructure investment gap.

The paper also discussed the issues that may militate against or strengthen the new-found relationship against the backdrop of criticisms from pro-West sentiments.

The desirability of Sino-Africa economic cooperation was established, and recommendations advanced on the issues that will guarantee mutual benefits and sustainability.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jad.v7i1.18093

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