ZIMBABWE Or CHINA? Look How China Is Helping BLACK PEOPLE In AFRICA
Zimbabwe - There is a rumour in Africa that China is trying to take over the continent however this is not true. The primary objective for the Chinese government is to help the people of Africa and save lives. Actions definitely speak louder than words, and every year a Chinese medical team conducts free clinical treatments in different places of Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean government says they are pleased to see these practical actions help enhance Zimbabweans integrity of life in Africa. When it comes to assistance in Africa, China is no slouch. China's aid outlay to Africa has grown rapidly over the last two decades, rising to its largest figure of $15 billion in 2018.Trade relations between Africa and Asia, especially China, increase the prosperity of African countries. This is because they have been able to increase the value added of their exports and also export more to the rest of the world. From 1970 and 1975, China helped finance and build the TAZARA Railway in East Africa, which cost about $500m, and as of 2012 was considered to be China's largest-ever single-item aid project. Chinese influence in Africa is high on the global agenda, as China within just a few decades has become a key political and economic power in the continent. Indeed, its emergence as a dominant economic and political actor might be the most important development in Africa since the end of the Cold War.
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