Un article (en anglais) que je voulais vous faire partager du blog The Dragon’s Trail sur les relations économiques et migratoires entre l’Algérie et la Chine.
OEIL DE CHINE
China-Algeria friendship goes back to the Algerian war of Independence. China recognized the interim Algerian government as soon as in 1958, four years before full independence and also supported the liberation movement. Since then, the diplomatic ties between both countries have continued to grow, throughout the cold war, Algeria helping China to regain its seat at the UN and acting as an Ambassador to China in Africa. However, after a decade of civil war, it is especially since 2000 that bilateral trade has soared. Trade value estimated at $200 million in 2000, has boomed to over $8 billion in 2012. This change is mainly due to China’s direct investment in Algeria.
Indeed, China in 2012 accounts for 12,5% of Algeria’s global imports with $5,8 billion (just behind France with $6 billion), a 25% rise compared to 2011 (Algerian customs). China even overtook the historical colonial power in the first five…
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