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Chinese aid is helping African economies, but not in the places that need it most

Basic infrastructure improves lives and livelihoods, but hundreds of millions of people in the developing world lack access to electricity, roads, safe water and other basic services. In Africa, the average person consumes just enough energy each day to power a single light bulb for three hours. Mobilizing public and private funding for infrastructure is […]
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