Relacje gospodarcze pomiędzy Chińską Republiką Ludową i państwami Afryki od 2000 roku. Inwestycje infrastrukturalne i związane z nimi kontrowersje
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From the beginning of the twenty-first century, we can see the intensification of political and economic relations between the People’s Republic of China and the African continent. One of the most important factors that shape these relationships is the economic aspect. The aim of the study was to check how these relations developed and what character the current economic relations between the People’s Republic of China and African countries have. Research questions focus on: people who contributed to the establishment of relations between the PRC and African countries; the position of the African continent in the Chinese strategy, with particular emphasis on infrastructure investments carried out under the One Belt One Road (OBOR) plan; processes that contribute to the interest of major players internationally in African countries; implications of the Chinese-African relationship for African countries. The historical, statistical and content analysis method was used to examine this topic. Quantitative and qualitative data were used during the study. The sources used here were press articles, reports, books and statistical data. Intensification of political relations between the People’s Republic of China and the African continent has a direct impact on trade and economic relations. The announcement of plans related to the construction of transport infrastructure played an important role in this. Investments and the presence of Chinese enterprises in Africa have a positive effect on building the social capital of African countries. In Chinese- African relations, the issue of debt diplomacy is a frequently raised issue, but doubts about the profitability of certain investment projects are a much more important issue in these relations.
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