The Strategic Implications of China’s Economic Pacts with Sub- Saharan African Countries: The Case of Nigeria

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That China has positioned itself as a country to reckon with in today’s world economy is no longer contestable. This reflects in the influx of economic activities from various foreign investors who are attracted to the existence of a market for their products and services in the over 1 billion populated country. This also has some connections with the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gbadamosi2009TheSI, title={The Strategic Implications of China’s Economic Pacts with Sub- Saharan African Countries: The Case of Nigeria}, author={Ayantunji Gbadamosi}, year={2009} }