Chinese corporations in Africa: saints or sinners?

"The African way of life is under attack by Chinese corporations," argues University of Technology, Sydney doctoral candidate Onjumi Okumu. The Kenya-native contends that a combination of weak governance in African mixed with no legal restraints on Chinese corporate behavior encourage PRC companies to behave illegally and destructively in Africa, destroying the continent's fragile social capital. Okumu focuses, in particular, on the effects Chinese investments are having the people of Kenya. It's a provocative, controversial and fascinating thesis.

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