China's views of aid and export credits

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

    Abstract

    This paper will address the following questions: •What is distinctive about Chinese views on aid? What is the current Chinese thinking on the post-MDG and post-2015 agenda? How has China's involvement in global forums on development evolved? •Does China have a unified and coherent approach to aid, and which players and the decisions makers are most closely involved? What is the role of export credits and conditional loans? To what extent do government agencies control and approve state-owned and private companies' ways of doing business in developing countries? •What scope is there for the European Union and China to work more closely with regard to aid? To what extent would China be open to engage in 'triangular' cooperation in developing countries and under what conditions? What is the likely impact of China's aid programme on European companies operating in developing countries?
    Original languageEnglish
    Commissioning bodyEurope China Research and Advice Network
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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