The FPC and the Open University's International Development and Innovation, Knowledge and Development Centres, in partnership with Lovells, hosted a one-day conference on Friday 21 November which explored the impact of commodities on development in Africa and China. The event sought to illuminate the complex and intricate relationships that constitute the ever-evolving engagement between the People's Republic of China and the continent of Africa. Energy, minerals and agricultural commodities provided a unique and topical framework through which to explore emerging Africa-China relations.
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- OU Asian Drivers Programme: http://asiandrivers.open.ac.uk
- OU Development Policy and Practice: http://dpp.open.ac.uk
- ESRC OU/Durham project - The politics of Chinese Engagement with African Development: www.geography.dur.ac.uk/projects/china-africa/Home/tabid/2486/Default.aspx
- OU International Development Centre - http://idc.open.ac.uk
Download Conference programme & Concept note - 'Going for Growth' (120 kilobyte PDF)