Editor’s Picks 13 June 2016 at 0:39 GMT

China's ties with Africa may outshine much-hyped TPP

The Global Times
China is Africa's prime trading partner. Africa-China cooperation may be overlooked, but its future seems more promising, perhaps even more than the much-hyped the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Africa offers massive economic and investment opportunities. If well managed, they could define determine the world's trade and geopolitics. China is already on its way to upping the continent's profile through heavy investment in energy, roads and ports which have in turn transformed Africa's investment climate. Intra-Africa trade is rising, so is Africa's trade with other continents across the world. TPP is no doubt a hot issue today, but China-Africa ties should not be forgotten; there is huge economic potential underneath them.
Read full article at The Global Times
13 June
David E.H. Smith David E.H. Smith
PREVENTING MULTI-BILLIONS of DOLLARS of LAWSUITS to be paid by the ‘harmless’ Voters/Taxpayers.

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*the ‘harmless’ citizens of the Anti-Global Corporate Economy
FULL article, ‘The ‘EMPIRE’* STRIKES BACK…’, see; davidehsmith.wordpress.com


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