China Africa Relation in Central Africa Republic

  • Africans View China’s Presence on the Continent as Positive

    CHINA, 2016/11/04 The majority of Africans are in favor of Chinese development on the continent, according to a new statement titled “China’s Growing Presence in Africa Wins Largely Positive Popular Reviews” by the Afrobarometer Research Network. “Almost two-thirds or 63 % of Africans say China’s influence in the continent is “somewhat” or “very” positive, while only 15 % see it as somewhat or very negative,” the statement states. Trade between Africa and China has increased from $10 billion in 2000 to $220 billion in 2014. In 2000, China established the Forum on China-Africa Co-operation to drive its strategic engagement with sub-Saharan Africa. Since again, the communist country has been the go-to world economic resource for African nations in need of products and services ranging from infrastructure and telecommunication development, to food outlets, retail shops, and textiles.
  • Central African Republic s newly elected president vows to strengthen cooperation with China

    CHINA, 2016/03/23 Central African Republic's (CAR) newly elected President Faustin Archange Touadera promised to intensify cooperation with China, saying China is an significant partner of the country. Touadera said in an exclusive interview with Xinhua on Sunday that CAR will like to work together with China to promote the friendly relationship and strengthen cooperation between the two nations. Touadera said his country is in urgent need to be normalized next three years of civil war, adding that the new government will focus on a series of issues inclunding security, peace, reconciliation and disarmament.