Over the past decades, China has attain a massive and remarkable economic growth, which has lead it to take on international roles as an economic and political power among other well-established world powers. The massive growth of China manufacturing sector has meant the need to source for scarce resources outside of it's border and African happen to be an important destination for these raw materials to feed this growth. Trade and investment are China's activities in African countries, which has lead western observers to accuse China of neo-colonialism. This book examine China's involvement in Africa, comparing it with it's western counterparts by focusing on the economic, political and social relationship between Nigeria and China to determine if truly China is a modern day colony or just Africa's new economic, trade and investment partner.
Chima Henry Nwabia
Chima H. Nwabia, BA: Studied International Relations at Tallinn University of Technology.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Nigeria-China Relations, economic partner, trade and investments, neo-colonialism, International Relations, Political Science
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General