South Africa leads Africa in anti-Chinese sentiment


Liesl Louw-Vaudran (Mail & Guardian)

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Friday, 21 February 2014


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China has become accustomed to hearing complaints from Africa about how their businesses are operating on the continent. For years now, negative sentiments from Africans on the ground have been at odds with the deal-making and backslapping between African states and the Chinese government – especially since China is now Africa's largest trading partner with over $200-billion worth of trade. There are an estimated one million Chinese people living and working in Africa.