CHINA'S INVESTMENT FOR AFRICA: $35 BLN
FT - Africa attracted more Chinese state lending for energy infrastructure than any other region last year, highlighting Beijing's view of the continent's growing economic and strategic importance.
A study by Boston University academics shows that nearly one-third, or $6.8bn, of the $25.6bn that China's state-owned development banks lent last year to energy projects worldwide went to African countries. This was ahead of south Asia, with $5.84bn.
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