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Chinese Investments In Africa

Chinese Investment in Africa

While the United States wastes billions on ill-advised foreign adventures and destabilizing wars of choice, China has slowly been accumulating a massive amount of resources around the world. Here is their investments in Africa:

 


Source: Visual Capitalist

 

 

Maybe Trump is right: We are stupid . . .

 

Category: Commodities, Digital Media, Energy, Finance, Politics

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7 Responses to “Chinese Investment in Africa”

  1. theexpertisin

    China takes advantage of bribery, lax environmental oversight and, frankly, slave labor wages to milk this continent.Note that almost all Chinese investment involves Chinese nationals running management operations, which has caused numerous and well documented situations of worker exploitation.

    Just one more in a long line of countries through history taking advantage of the Dark Continent.

  2. rd

    Most empires fail because of expensive, poorly managed wars that are not paid for and build up debt. The urge to reclaim past glory (that is often just fiction and propaganda anyway) often wins out over rational thinking.

    Often, the big problem is that the non-empires are able to use asymmetric warfare to simply ratchet up the cost exponentially to the empire. We are seeing that today where essential a bunch of semi-nomads are able to keep multiple western countries tied up in knots. The actual “carnage” they are inflicting on the Western democracies is small in actual number (compare terrorism deaths in the US over the past decade compared to regular run-of-the-mill homicides to see how insignificant it actually is) but high in propaganda value which drives ego-driven actions and spending on the part of the empire.

    The US is following the script.

  3. VennData

    We tend to do the same thing in our areas of urban blight. Let them have guns, sell them guns, send in our heavily armed police who then get called on for their actions.

    It’s who were are. Violence loving morons.

  4. Molesworth

    Your intern might want to re-read once before posting:

    CHian has slowly been accumulating a massive amount of resources around the world. Here is their investments in Africa:

    ~~~

    ADMIN: Thats on BR, I had nothing to do with it.

    Will fix now tho

  5. formerlawyer

    “Alarmingly, population growth in Africa is not slowing as quickly as demographers had expected. In 2004 the UN predicted that the continent’s population would grow from a little over 900m at the time, to about 2.3 billion in 2100. At the same time it put the world’s total population in 2100 at 9.1 billion, up from 7.3 billion today. But the UN’s latest estimates, published earlier this year, have global population in 2100 at 11.2 billion—and Africa is where almost all the newly added people will be. The UN now thinks that by 2100 the continent will be home to 4.4 billion people, an increase of more than 2 billion compared with its previous estimate.

    If the new projections are right, geopolitics will be turned upside-down. By the end of this century, Africa will be home to 39% of the world’s population, …”
    http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21679781-fertility-rates-falling-more-slowly-anywhere-else-africa-faces-population

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About tatamkuluafrica

I am a man who has lived n 6 of the 7 continents. I first arrived in Africa on April 18, 1981. Africa has been a part of my life since. I spent 8 months living in a Xhosa village in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. I was given he nickname Tatamkulu Africa. In Xhosa it means "Grandfather Africa." In April of 1994 I was allowed to vote in the first democratic election in South Africa..I was honored to be part of such a historical moment. It was a beautiful and a magical day.

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