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China's Exporting Corruption: the Case of Africa in the Beggining of XXI Century

Student: Ekaterina Kiltau

Supervisor: Mikhail Karpov

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Socio-political Development and Challenges of Modern East Asia (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2016

The timeliness of this research paper derives from dramatic extension of China’s impact on the global arena. Its expansion covers not only Asian countries which are on the borders, but also overseas countries, including Africa. This expansion occurs in foreign policy, military, cultural fields, but mostly in international economy or strictly trade relations. The closely relationship between China and Africa has began since 1960, but since XXI century we can see the blistering changes in implementation of Chinese foreign policy with regard to Africa. Since 2008 China has become the major trade partner of Africa. Chinese economy includes developed manufacturing, agriculture, innovations, all of these areas needs resources. According to absence of enough natural resources China tried to find required facilities for further development. The main even not country or countries, but the whole continent is Africa which has provided necessity things to Chinese economy. China’s oil dependency is a driver of emergence industry-based of economic growth and modernization

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