Amid increasingly tense UK-China relations, it was refreshing to watch a webinar dating from earlier this month focusing on how the two countries can work together with stakeholders in southern Africa to build new infrastructure in the post-COVID-19-era.
The webinar was organized by the Britsh Chamber of Business in Southern Africa and brought together representatives from the UK-China Infrastructure Alliance, an organization set up in 2015 by the British and Chinese governments.
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