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China And Ethiopia Signed A Series Of Agreements To Upgrade The African Country's Power Grid And Transportation System, During Premier Li Keqiang's First Visit To Africa Since Assuming His Post Last Year. It Follows A Visit By Foreign Wang Yi To Senegal, Ethiopia, Djibouti And Ghana In January And President Xi Jinping's Trip In March, 2013. And The Latest Sign Of A Growing Trade Relationship That Exceeded $200-Billion Last Year. Mr. Li Began His Eight-Day Trip To Africa With An Arrival Sunday In Addis Ababa. He Will Also Visit Nigeria, Angola And Kenya. The Chinese Premier Met With Ethiopian Officials, Including Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn ...  (Act / Desalegn) Mr. Li's Visit Marks The 50th Anniversary Of Then Premier Zhou Enlai's Landmark Visit To The Continent Encompassing 10 Countries Between December 1963 And January 1964. David Shinn, An Adjunct Professor Of International Affairs At George Washington University. And A Former Ambassador To Ethiopia And Burkina Faso, Told VOA's Victor Beattie ... China Has Been Accused Of Holding Back Africa's Economic Development In Its Pursuit Of Raw Materials ... (Q&A Beattie / Shinn)