Trade Analysis: Chinese Trade and Assistance to Africa

China has spent nearly $100 billion in African projects over the last decade — and Jane Goodall is not impressed.

Between 2000 and 2011, China spent more than $73 billion investing in natural resources, mines, oil wells and other projects in Africa, according to statistics from Aid Data and the Center for Global Development, complied by AFP in the map shown below.

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