A Portrait of Chinese Traders in Dakar, Senegal

Cissé, Daouda
Externe Publikationen (2013)

published on migrationpolicy.org 18.07.2013

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While long-established Chinatowns thrive in cities across Asia, Europe, and North America, China's new ties with emerging economies are now leading to a growing number of Chinese migrants in Africa. Although many analysts point out that Sino-African relations are heavily linked to natural resources extraction, since the mid-2000s China has also shown interest in African countries that do not hold major deposits of oil, gold, diamonds, or timber—for instance, the West African country of Senegal.

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