Kelvin Tan, secretary general of the Africa South East Asia Chamber of Commerce looks at how to address the Africa-Asia trade imbalance.
Political and business leaders are not paying enough heed to youth unemployment and climate change.
Private Chinese firms are entering Africa in great numbers. What can African countries do to maximise the benefit of this wave of investment?
As the Ethiopian case shows, opening the industrial sector to Chinese investment can boost the growth of new industries.
The landmark $1 trillion One Belt, One Road initiative looks set to reshape global trade, but will Africa benefit?
Up to 10,000 Chinese businesses are active in Africa with the majority being private companies, according to a McKinsey report
Chinese advances in ICT and African potential for growth present a great opportunity for investment partnerships.
Chinese entrepreneurs are launching e-commerce sites dedicated to cross-border trade with Africa.
Kampala-Kigali railway moves a step closer.
What does China’s pitch to be the champion of globalization mean for Africa?