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Key International Stakeholders Gather in Beijing to Discuss How to Bolster African Industrial Supply Chains

China's top diplomat for Sub-Saharan Africa, Wu Peng (top right), United Nations Resident Coordinator for China, Siddharth Chatterjee (bottom left) and Development Reimagined CEO Hannah Ryder (lower right) were among the speakers at the event.

The China-Africa Business Council and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs organized a seminar in Beijing this week that brought together high-level representatives from government, industry and civil society to discuss how to increase the value of African exports to China.

The conference also focused on boosting the level of industrialization within some African supply chains.

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