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Post time 2013-2-21 16:38:41 |Display all floors
Lu Shaye, Director-general of the Department of African Affairs of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, will come to the China Daily website for an exclusive interview on Feb 27, 2013. Questions related to the region are welcomed here!
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Sino-African relations have flourished on all fronts during the last decade. How should we view contemporary Sino-African relations? And how will Sino-African relations develop in the future? How will China deepen it cooperation with African countries?

For these and other points which may interest you, please feel free to leave your questions here, Mr Lu will have a candid exchange with the netizens.

Leave your questions in Chinese.
http://cblog.chinadaily.com.cn/thread-418852-1-1.html



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Post time 2013-2-22 08:46:16 |Display all floors
My question is about the prospect and potentiality of African machinery markets,such as papermaking and Roots blowers,could Mr.Lu offer me some contructive suggestions?Which field or makert is hot now?
Thx very much
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Post time 2013-2-22 14:35:19 |Display all floors
China should think over its traditional African policy lest it comes to end like what has happened between it and north korea.

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This post was edited by satsu_jin at 2013-2-22 18:24

In some countries is a latent danger of foreign instigated turmoils and uprisings with the aim to topple governments which dare to go a different way from the standard the west deem to prefer for the (non)-development of Africa.  Sometimes China has big investments in such countries (see Libya). Are China's investments safe and secure in case of regime change?

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Post time 2013-2-26 07:27:20 |Display all floors
From Huaren2323,

Mr. Lu, My business associates in Canada were able to secure a line of credit from Gabon Central Bank for Food Security Program. I prefer deploying Chinese based agronomics and techniques which has more experience in micro farming, waste recycling, and logistics issues that large scale North American collective farming does not have. Gabon is also semi-tropical that Chinese farmers has more experience with. What can China possibly offer in terms of expertise and technology plus equipment on micro farming? We have funds and do not need subsidy.

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