The News Feed is a curated selection of the most important China-Africa news edited by CAP’s editors in Asia and Africa.
Ethiopian Foreign Minister Wraps Up 5-Day Visit to China
Both Kenya and China Dismiss Reuters Report on Chinese Hacking as “Sheer Nonsense” and “Sponsored Propaganda”
The Kenyan Government Apparently is Unaware China Doesn’t Finance Railways in Africa Anymore
U.S.-Led Talks With Asian Countries Aims to Reduce Dependence on Chinese Supply Chains
Chinese Ships Ignore Vietnam Demand To Leave Area Close to Russian-Run Gas Fields
WEEK IN REVIEW: Official Navigation Beacons Placed Close to Contested Spratly Islands in South China Sea
Chinese Hackers Targeted Kenyan Government on Debt: Report
This Graph Explains China’s Growing Influence in Latin America
Difficult Conversations Underway in Beijing About China’s Mining Interests in the DR Congo
Chinese Media is Surprisingly Quiet Over DRC President’s State Visit to Beijing
The Chinese EV That Comes With a Uniquely South African Feature: Load Shedding Back Up
Mix of Gratitude and Fear in Ghana Over China’s Role in the Country’s Ongoing Debt Crisis
South Africa’s Crumbling Railways Are Becoming a Threat to Global Supply Chains
The Uphill Journey to a BRICS Currency
Analysis from Cobus van Staden
Proposed New York Law Could Reshape Debt Negotiations Around the World
A bill currently under consideration in New York State could reshape sovereign debt renegotiations around the world by making private creditors accept the same losses as the U.S. government would as a sovereign creditor instead of holding out for a full payback.
The bill comes as countries like Zambia and Sri Lanka face their loan renegotiations being dragged out for years as U.S.-based private lenders stonewall to obtain better deals. 52% of the ...