Debate “China-Africa : a win-win partnership?”

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The Belgian-Chinese chamber of Commerce and the Africa Business Club – Brussels decided to bring the topic of the China-Africa partnership to the table and attempt to answer following questions: What are the challenges and opportunities for both sides? How can China’s presence be beneficial to Africa, and what can African countries bring to the cooperation? And what is the response of Europe? What are the main drivers of the success of this relationship? How is this relationship evolving? And last but not least, is this a win-win relationship?

Agenda:
18:30 Registrations
19:00 Welcome words by
Mr. Arsène Sefu Kalokola, Co-president of Africa Business Club – Brussels
Mr. Bernard Dewit, Chairman of BCECC
19:15 Debate moderated by Ms.Uzoamaka Madu, Founder of What’s in it for Africa?:
Mr. Jan-Pieter Laleman, Country risk analyst at Credendo
Mr. David Fouquet, Vice-President at Centre Européen de Rercherches Internationales et Stratégiques (CERIS)
20:00 Q&A
20:15 Networking drinks
21:00 End

Venue:
Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 50
1050 Bruxelles

Please find hereunder some pictures of the event ©BCECC

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