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Dr. Enga Kameni: Africa Needs to Come Together if it Wants Better Trade Deals with China

Dr. Enga Kameni, Legal Services Manager Afreximbank & Visiting Lecturer at the Harvard Law School. Photo via the Global Development Policy Center at Boston University.

Dr. Enga Kameni, Manager of Legal Services of the African ExportImport Bank (Afreximbank) delivered an interesting presentation at Boston University’s Global Development Policy Center last week where he spoke about the importance of the broader China-Africa relationship and explained why it’s important that African states restructure their economic policy framework, through consolidating into a single trading bloc, to more effectively negotiate trade deals with Beijing.

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS FROM HIS PRESENTATION:

There is no country that has the kind of trading relationship – both in terms of volume and significance – that China has from an African perspective.”

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