Stop Blaming China for Debt Diplomacy, Blame African Governments

African governments need to do proper feasibility studies and due diligence before getting into business with the Chinese. They need to do this to better determine what project is beneficial for their economies.

Stop Blaming China for Debt Diplomacy, Blame African Governments
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