Merging two developmental visons: Africa's agenda 2063 and China's one belt one road
: Belt and road initiative: alternative development path for Africa OUTPUT TYPE
: Chapter in Monograph PUBLICATION YEAR
: A.Sooklal, T.Simelane
, J.AnandSOURCE EDITOR(S)
, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTDEPARTMENT
: African Institute of South Africa (AISA)
: HSRC Library: shelf number 10609
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In response to the emerging global dilemmas, risks and threats, China has formulated the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) framework to ensure economic development by integrating a number of countries in Asia, Africa and Europe through two main components, the land based 'Silk Road Economic Belt' (SREB) and ocean-going 'Maritime Silk Road"(MSR) to which the Indian Ocean is central.
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