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China faces tougher deals in Africa

mardi 8 octobre 2013

The dynamics of Sino-African economic relations are changing, with emboldened African governments now driving harder bargains with China, analysts say.

"There is push-back from many African countries," said Jean-Pierre Cabestan, the head of government and international studies at Hong Kong Baptist University.

Anthony Desir, a partner of Strategic African Mineral Investment Fund, an African resource consultancy, said progress on some pending Sino-African deals had slowed, as the African side became more cautious about what terms they would accept from the Chinese.

Desir declined to disclose the deals but cited the legal dispute between state-owned oil giant Sinopec and the Gabon government.

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