By Kwame Nkrumah
Fresh African heritage has uncovered the shut hyperlinks among the pursuits of imperialism and neo-colonialism and the African bourgeoisie. This booklet finds the character and quantity of the category fight in Africa, and units it within the huge context of the African Revolution and the realm socialist revolution. 86pp; 1 map
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18 billion. The vast majority of Chinese and Indian FDI inflows to Africa over the past decade have been largely concentrated in the extractive industries. Because such investments are typically capital intensive, they have engendered limited domestic employment creation. However, in the last few years, Chinese and Indian FDI in Africa has begun to diversify into many other sectors, including apparel, agroprocessing, power generation, road construction, tourism, and telecommunications, among others.
Imports from China others 5% others 2% chemicals 6% crude 3% machinery 43% manufactures 46% fuel 85% c. Exports to India manufactures 5% d. Imports from India others 4% others 18% chemicals 6% machinery 17% crude 3% food and beverage 15% manufactures 39% fuel 82% Source: UN Comtrade. ) Nonoil exports to China include manufactures, chemicals, and crude products. Exports to India have become more diversified, with manufactured goods and machinery-related exports increasing. MENA’s imports from China are mostly manufactures and machinery.
Nonoil Export Growth and Diversification Chapter 1 documented how competition in world markets, including competition from China and India, is putting pressure on nonoil exports of labor-abundant countries in MENA. 1 summarizes the export growth performance of several of these labor-abundant countries (excluding mineral fuels and erratic items such as ships and airplanes) from 1995 to 2006, when competition in global markets from India and especially China intensified. ) China—and to a lesser extent India and a few MENA countries—showed extraordinary export performance over the period.