Sub-Saharan Africa: U.S. and Chinese Economic Engagement

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Jacqueline S. Santiago (Editor)

Series: African Political, Economic, and Security Issues, Global Political Studies
BISAC: BUS023000

Since 2001, China has rapidly increased its economic engagement with sub-Saharan African countries. The United States has increased aid to sub-Saharan Africa and in 2010 provided more than a quarter of all U.S. international economic assistance to the region. According to some observers, China’s foreign assistance and investments in Africa have been driven in part by the desire for natural resources and stronger diplomatic relations. Some U.S. officials and other stakeholders also have questioned whether China’s activities affect U.S. interests in the region. This book examines the goals and policies in sub-Saharan Africa; trade, grants, loans, and investment activities in the region; and engagement in three case-study countries-Angola, Ghana, and Kenya. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends in U.S. and Chinese Economic Engagement
(GAO)

Sub-Saharan Africa: Case Studies of U.S and Chinese Economic Engagement in Angola, Ghana, and Kenya
(GAO)

U.S. Trade and Investment Relations with Sub-Saharan Africa and the African Growth and Opportunity Act
(Vivian C. Jones, Brock R. Williams, CRS)

U.S. Strategy Toward Sub-Saharan Africa
(The White House)

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