Tuesday, September 24, 2013

China's Economic Slowdown and African Employment

Join your hosts Winslow Robertson and Dr. Nkemjika Kalu as they tackle two topics that Winslow is pretty unfamiliar with: Chinese economics and African employment. They asked Merlin Linehan, who has a background working in international development and finance relating to emerging markets, to be a guest on the podcast. He is the head of China in Africa, which provides clients with high quality business intelligence on Chinese companies operating in Africa. If you you ever asked what China's economic downturn means for African employment, please listen to this episode!

PS Please pardon the technical difficulties on my end!


China needs to create good jobs for Africans by Mark Kapchanga
Will China’s Economic Slowdown Hit Africa Hard? by Dana Sanchez
African growth 'resilient’ to China slowdown, but AfDB wary of QE tapering risks by Terence Creamer
China’s slowdown: the impact on Africa by Andrew Bowman

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