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2009 AEC- Chinese Economic Dominance in Mauritius


Recent studies of the impact of China’s rise on the economies of sub-Saharan Africa generally find that the resource-rich countries of the sub-continent will gain while those that compete with China in export markets will invariably lose. Mauritius, with no exploitable natural resources, and facing acute Chinese competition in its traditional markets, is a most likely candidate to suffer China’s onslaught.

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