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Ethiopia and China Political and Economic Relations : Challenges and prospects after 1991

@inproceedings{Gamora2009EthiopiaAC,
  title={Ethiopia and China Political and Economic Relations : Challenges and prospects after 1991},
  author={Gedion Gamora},
  year={2009}
}
This article analyzes post 1991 Ethio-China political and economic relations as well as challenges and prospects by raising the following questions: What is the nature of the bilateral political and economic relations? What are the factors which enhanced the bilateral political and economic relations between Ethiopia and China? What are the challenges and prospects of the bilateral political and economic relations? There are a number of factors that contributed for the growth of the bilateral… Expand

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