ACCPA and CAI have expressed their commitment and agreed to collaborate on projects, including but not limited to the issuing of policy papers and briefs, etc.
Africa must build solid foundations for policies for local and global adherence – Prof. David Norris
For African nations to reduce their over-dependence on the Chinese BRI in mitigating potential debt repayment challenges, we need to be innovative in terms of our resource utilization.
According to Paul Frimpong, the Executive Director of the Africa-China Centre for Policy and Advisory (ACCPA), the world, and especially developing countries, including Africa, should be vigilant to avoid being forced into accepting narratives around China’s Belt and Road Initiative as the main cause of their debt-related crisis.
The Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory, in partnership with Metro TV’s Metro Business Week Show, hosted a dialogue on China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Africa’s Infrastructure Development Ambitions.
The BRI Dialogue is an annual summit hosted by the Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory.
This year’s dialogue will be held virtually on Tuesday, October 31, 2023, at 10 am GMT.
Speaking at the parallel session on ‘Youth Development and BRI’, Paul Frimpong, the Executive Director of ACCPA, did not mince words, advocating for young people to be key stakeholders in the BRI initiative.
Africa’s vision of building infrastructure resonates well with China’s Belt and Road Initiative – Paul Frimpong, ACCPA’s Executive Director.
ACCPA’s Executive Director, Paul Frimpong, delivers a speech at the 3rd BRI Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing.
In this Sino-African Voices, Mikatekiso Kubayi, a Researcher at the Institute for Global Dialogue at UNISA shared key insights on Sino – African investment relations, BRICS and geopolitics.