China-Africa Economic Relations: The Big Rush for the Control of African Natural Resources
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In this book, I unveil the secrets of China’s plan for Africa. You will learn why China, the US and some other global powers are investing in Africa, and why they want to take control of the continent. When you read this book, you will know whether Africa is gaining or is being ruined by this race. Is this race very different or the same as the scramble of the 19th century when colonial Britain and France went to draw materials, slaves and geopolitical influence in Africa? Read this book to find out everything!
Table of Contents
How Africa was Seen in the 19th Century
How Africa is Seen in the 21st Century
China, the Biggest Interest in Africa
What China is Getting from Africa
The United States’ Investments in Africa
Africa, the Continent of the Future
The Role of India in Africa
How China is Debt-trapping Africa
What Africa is Getting from the “Big Rush”
In this book, I talk about Africa, once seen by Europe as the antithesis of civilization. It was called the “Heart of Darkness”, in the words of the Polish-English novelist, Joseph Conrad. Centuries later, Africa remains ignored. It makes news for its conflicts, poverty and exoticism. For the longest time, the world saw Africa as a lost cause. Then one country saw opportunity, and thus began a new race for Africa, not very different from the scramble of the 19th century when colonial Britain and France went to draw materials, slaves and geopolitical influence.
Now in the 21st century, global powers are in more or less the same race. China, the United States, India, the European union, Japan, Israel, Canada… all of these countries are in the race for Africa.
One country is emerging as the clear winner: China!
Africa, a continent of…
- 54 sovereign States
- 17% of the world’s population
- 6% of the global oil output
- 90% of the world’s platinum supply
- 90% of the world’s cobalt supply
- 1/2 the world’s gold supply
- 2/3 of the world’s manganese
- 35% of the world’s uranium
- 75% of the world’s Colton and
- 54 votes in the United Nations general assembly…
This is what makes Africa so attractive and makes the continent a battleground for global powers.
There are numerous funds, investment and infrastructure, military power, diplomacy, soft power, trade, and geopolitics. Every country has its own interest in Africa. In 2016, Israel began its scramble for the continent. Benjamin Netanyahu became the first Israeli prime minister to visit Africa in 50 years.