Economic issues back home and the recent BRICS summit in South Africa possibly contributed to China’s largely subdued presence at the inaugural Africa Climate Summit (ACS) in Nairobi this week.
Kevin Gallagher, director of the Global Development Policy Center at Boston University, said that since the BRICS summit happened just a few weeks ago, this could have led China to scale down at the ACS which was driven by the African Union and Kenya.
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