Harry Broadman

economic advisor at the World Bank

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Economic Advisor for the Africa Region at the World Bank and author of Africa's Silk Road: China and India's New Economic Frontier

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While Chinese President Hu Jintao is on a  12-day tour of Africa , the Pentagon has announced the formation of a new command structure focusing on that continent.  Trade between China…

China in Africa

While Chinese President Hu Jintao is on a 12-day tour of Africa , the Pentagon has announced the formation of a new command structure focusing on that continent.  Trade between China…

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While Chinese President Hu Jintao is on a  12-day tour of Africa , the Pentagon has announced the formation of a new command structure focusing on that continent.

Chinese Economic Investment in Africa

While Chinese President Hu Jintao is on a 12-day tour of Africa , the Pentagon has announced the formation of a new command structure focusing on that continent.

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