Africas Elite Share The Blame For Chinas Belt, Road Debt Crisis

November 1, 2020   |   Referencing article published by
There is nothing surprising about China aggressively offering loans to African governments as part of Xi Jinpings signature Belt, Road Initiative. What is puzzling, amid the deleterious economic outcomes, is that leaders on the continent choose to sign on to carry such debt. It takes two to tango.
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