|The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)|
Relations between Africa and China have been tested by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Disruption to travel, trade and investment caused a synchronized downturn in all but a few economies in Africa last year. Despite this, Sino-African relations will remain strong in 2021 and new frontiers of co-operation will be explored, presenting both opportunities and challenges for African states.
| In our latest report, we address the following questions: How are Sino-African relations likely to change in the coming years? In which sectors will China look to increase its footprint in Africa? How can African markets take advantage and benefit from this evolving relationship? China’s strong appetite for African ventures will also present opportunities for foreign businesses and investors with an interest in the region.|
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The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)