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Partner, prototype or persuader?: China's renewed media engagement with Ghana

  title={Partner, prototype or persuader?: China's renewed media engagement with Ghana},
  author={Iginio Gagliardone and Nicole Stremlau and Daniel Nkrumah},
This article provides an empirically grounded assessment of China's increasing role in the African mediasphere. It examines the strategic importance of Chinese media assistance to Ghana along three dimensions: the potential appeal of the Chinese approach to information regulation for countries struggling to balance development and risks to political stability; the direct intervention of Chinese companies in the media and telecommunication sectors through the provision of loans, equipment and… 
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