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China’s Slowing Economy Will Hit Sub-Saharan Africa’s Growth

The country’s economic engagement with the region is evolving, with implications for growth, trade, and investment.

China has forged deep economic ties with countries in sub-Saharan Africa over the past 20 years, making it the region's largest single country trading partner. China buys one-fifth of the region’s exports—metals, minerals, and fuel—and provides most of the manufactured goods and machinery imported by African countries.

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