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Thursday, July 10, 2008


Deocliciano Okssipin Vieira

World Bank:

China may be accused of placing business above human rights in Africa but the World Bank says in a new report that the Asian giant is spearheading a massive infrastructure revolution in the continent critical to reducing poverty.

China, India, and a few Middle Eastern Gulf nations are financing an unprecedented number of infrastructure projects across Sub-Saharan Africa -- both in scale and the focus on large infrastructure projects, said the report by the Washington-based bank.


Source: AA


Yeah but what about Jesse?

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