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    China Works to Improve Image in Africai
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    March 27, 2013 3:51 PM
    China’s activities in Africa have long been a target of criticism. But as VOA’s Bill Ide reports from Beijing, its support of controversial leaders on the continent and massive hunger for resources have led some to question its intentions. Changing that perception has been a key point during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to Africa this week.

    China Works to Improve Image in Africa

    Published March 27, 2013

    China’s activities in Africa have long been a target of criticism. But as VOA’s Bill Ide reports from Beijing, its support of controversial leaders on the continent and massive hunger for resources have led some to question its intentions. Changing that perception has been a key point during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to Africa this week.


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