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Cameroon: Sino-African Cooperation - Reflection On Deeper Trade, Economic Ties

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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Cameroon: Sino-African Cooperation - Reflection On Deeper Trade, Economic Ties

Development experts from China and Africa have begun reflecting on how to transform the new cooperation framework agreed between the two parties last year during the Johannesburg Summit into concrete growth on the ground. They met in Yiwu City of China on April 14-16, 2016 within the framework of the 5th meeting of China-Africa Think Tanks Forum. The forum is an initiative launched by China's Zhejiang Normal University in 2011 to create a platform for face-to-face dialogue and exchanges between Chinese and African think tanks. The just-ended Yiwu forum focused on how the two parties could cooperate to enhance industrialization which stands tall alongside agricultural modernization in the new era of China-Africa win-win cooperation and common development. Chinese President, Xi Jinping pledged during the South African summit last year that his country will actively promote industry partnering and production capacity cooperation between China and Africa. As per the China-Africa industrialization plan, the former among others promised to build or upgrade industrial parks in cooperation with Africa as well as train 200,000 technical personnel and provide 40,000 training opportunities for African personnel in China.

Source: allafrica.com