President Garner: China does not need to ask others to respect Africa.

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 President Garner: China does not need to ask others to respect Africa.


Not to be respected by others. According to the National Broadcasting Company CNBC (CNBC) reported on April 23rd, the 21 day, President Nana Akoufo - Addo (NanaAkufo-Addo) made a speech at London School of Economics and Political Science. Report screenshot He said in his speech, China does not need to seek respect for anyone today. and it takes foreign students to actively learn Putonghua as an example to prove the influence of China. If we work hard on the existing problems, no longer beg, and spend the African money on the African continent, we do not need to seek other people to respect Africa, says Adu Addo. CNBCs article says that Chinas influence in Africa is not simply about providing loans and building infrastructure. Take Ethiopia as an example, it is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and its gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate reached 10.9% in 2017. It is worth noting that Ethiopia highly admired Chinas development model. Report screenshot And Garner is one of the fastest growing African countries, whose GDP grew by 8.4% in 2017. Last December, President Garner, ADU Addo, at a joint press conference with French President Martin dragon, said that Garners reliance on European funds was incorrect. According to the news of the Chinese Embassy in Garner, in April 6th, China and Canada signed the agreement on economic and technical cooperation between the two countries in Accra, the capital of Garner, and the exchange of documents on the comprehensive project of the fishing port of Garner and James Don. Chinas ambassador to Garnett, Sun Baohong, said China and Canada are an important partner for development, and the Sino Canadian trade volume of $6 billion 675 million in 2017 is sixth. In particular, Garners exports to China amounted to US $1 billion 851 million, an increase of 41.30% over the same period last year. Ambassador sun pointed out that the Chinese side does not attach any political conditions to Garners assistance and is a developmental aid. The Chinese side hopes that the aid will play an active role in improving the Garner infrastructure and increasing the development of Garners kinetic energy, and will contribute to Garners early realization of the goal of surpassing assistance. Picture from the website of Chinese Embassy in Garner Ambassador sun made a positive assessment of the promising changes in the economic and social development of Garner since the new Patriotic Party was in power. It is believed that, under the leadership of the Beijing summit of the non cooperation forum in 9 months of this year, China Canada and China Africa cooperation will surely move towards a higher level. The Minister of finance, Garner, who attended the signing ceremony, expressed its gratitude to the Chinese government for its long-term support for Garners economic development. The Chinese aid will play a great role in the economic and social development of Garner and the creation of employment. Early forming of the African continent Free Trade Area In addition, President Garner, in a recent speech, affirmed the role of African solidarity in promoting economic prosperity, and stressed the importance of the African Unions signing of the African free trade agreement. Au data show that Africas population will rise to 2 billion 500 million in 2050. By then, its labour force will account for 26% of the worlds total, and the negotiations on the African continents free trade area began in June 2015. In March 21st, 44 African countries signed the African continent Free Trade Zone agreement at a special meeting of the African Union summit in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, according to Xinhua. Among the more than 50 member states of the Au, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia and Botswana did not sign the FTA agreement. The Nigeria government said in a statement that the Nigerian government is still considering it. It is reported that the countries that sign the agreement on trade area will then ratify the agreement according to their relevant legal procedures, and the agreement will come into force after ratification by 22 countries. Speaking in Rwanda, the possibility of speeding up the approval process will become one of the challenges ahead. After the establishment of the FTA, African countries need to raise their investment level within the framework of the free trade area. African countries still need to make efforts in simplifying regulations, promoting private sector financing and simplifying customs procedures. According to reports, the African Union said that once the African continent free trade zone was established, it would become the largest free trade area of the member countries since the establishment of the world trade organization, and will form a market covering 1 billion 200 million of the population and the GDP of US $2 trillion and 500 billion. But Vera pine, the executive secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, told Xinhua that the level of infrastructure in Africa is backward and the difficulty of promoting market competition is very difficult, which may challenge the establishment of the FTA. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Zhang Meiling _NN5644 Speaking in Rwanda, the possibility of speeding up the approval process will become one of the challenges ahead. After the establishment of the FTA, African countries need to raise their investment level within the framework of the free trade area. African countries still need to make efforts in simplifying regulations, promoting private sector financing and simplifying customs procedures. According to reports, the African Union said that once the African continent free trade zone was established, it would become the largest free trade area of the member countries since the establishment of the world trade organization, and will form a market covering 1 billion 200 million of the population and the GDP of US $2 trillion and 500 billion. But Vera pine, the executive secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, told Xinhua that the level of infrastructure in Africa is backward and the difficulty of promoting market competition is very difficult, which may challenge the establishment of the FTA.