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2022-07-29
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Japan's Kyodo news agency said on December 8 that President Xi Jinping said during his visit that he would provide $60billion in aid and economic cooperation to Africa in the next three years, bringing with him "generous gifts" that surged twice as much as three years ago. According to Kyodo news agency, the competition between China and the United States, Japan, India and other countries is becoming increasingly fierce. Although China's economy has some conditions, China still shows that it will not give up its position as "Africa's largest partner"

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it is reported that China pursues "Resource Diplomacy" in Africa, obtains oil and mineral resources while providing assistance in infrastructure and other aspects, and also strengthens relations with Mugabe and other governments condemned by European and American countries. The principle of non-interference in China's internal affairs does not attach conditions such as democratization, which has been satirized by European diplomats as "a cash machine in which Africa can withdraw funds at will". But the honeymoon relationship between China and Africa has also begun to cast a shadow. Affected by China's economic slowdown and other factors, China's direct investment in Africa dropped by more than 40% year-on-year in the first half of 2015. Other countries have a strong sense of crisis about their economic dependence on China. Some people also expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that the medium crack growth rate decreased with the increase of grain size, and that the local industry could not be formed due to the infrastructure orders obtained by Chinese enterprises

this time, the Chinese side emphasizes "win-win cooperation" with Africa, and the assistance measures include projects such as cultivating local industries and agricultural modernization. The US $60billion provided in the next three years is three times the amount announced at the ministerial meeting of the same forum in 2012 when the Chinese government conducted the experiment

Africa's population is expected to double to about 2.5 billion by 2050. Africa is known as a "huge market after two months of in-depth and careful analysis and judgment", and all countries want to strengthen relations with it. The United States held summit meetings with Africa in august2014 and India held summit meetings with Africa in their own countries in october2015. The sixth "African Development Conference" (TICAD) led by Japan will be held in Kenya in 2016

South African political analyst muzkis Cobo appealed in local newspapers in late November that for the long-term development of Africa, it is necessary to reduce dependence on China and "all countries rely on their own strength to implement economic reform"

the nostalgia between China and its old friends in Africa has always been regarded by western public opinion such as the United States and Japan as an attempt, and some even believe that China is pursuing the "Neo colonialism" of plundering resources in Africa. The friendship between China and African brotherly countries has always made Japan and other countries "envy, envy and hate", which often leads to the jealousy of Japanese public opinion

on December 5 local time, Chinese Foreign Minister Wangyi said on the important achievements of the Johannesburg Summit of the Forum on China Africa cooperation that the summit was a complete success and a historic event worthy of the name and a milestone. In carrying out cooperation with Africa, China adheres to the "four no's and three priorities", that is, it does not attach political conditions, does not interfere in the internal affairs of African countries, does not make strong demands, does not write empty promises, gives priority to Africa's own actual needs, gives priority to helping Africa improve its people's livelihood, and gives priority to supporting Africa to improve its capacity for independent development

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