Mercy Tedeku is a professional with an academic background and a dedicated career in the field of international relations and economic policy.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics from the prestigious University of Professional Studies in Accra, a qualification that has provided her with a solid foundation in economics and business management, and a global learner with the Institute of Certified Chartered Economists (ICCE).
Currently, she serves as a Research Associate at the Africa China Centre for Policy and Advisory.
In this pivotal role, she leverages her expertise to conduct in-depth research, develop sound policies, and provide advisory services in the realm of Sino-African relations.
She’s equally involved in curating and hosting some of the leading dialogues on Africa-China relations.
Her work is instrumental in advancing the understanding of the complex and evolving dynamics between Africa and China.
She has written and published Sino-African-related articles that have been featured in some of Ghana’s leading news portals including the Business and Financial Times (B&FT).