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Japan and China : A Contest in Aid to Sub-saharan Africa - by Koichi Sakamoto (Hardcover)
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Since the opening up of China in 1979, the country had experienced phenomenal economic growth over the decades and overtook Japan as the second largest economy in 2010. With the establishment of a conservative administration led by Shinzo Abe in December 2012 and Xi Jinping's ascendency to the presidency in China in March 2013, the two countries intensified their commitments in aid to Sub-Saharan Africa. Surveying the Japanese and Chinese aid in Sub-Saharan Africa, this book examines the two Asian giants' policies and achievements in past decades and discusses future directions of their aid initiatives. Japan and China: A Contest in Aid to Sub-Saharan Africa is recommended for those interested in understanding East Asian international relations and contemporary aid trends and issues in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Number of Pages: 136
Genre: Political Science, Social Science
Sub-Genre: International Relations, Poverty & Homelessness, World
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Book theme: General, Asian
Author: Koichi Sakamoto
Street Date: February 23, 2018
Item Number (DPCI): 248-76-4083
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