Chinese Economic and Trade Co-operation Zones in Africa: The Case of Mauritius

Image: Flickr, Nicolas Raymond
Image: Flickr, Nicolas Raymond

While the promotion of Chinese economic and trade co-operation zones (ETCZs) has been hailed as an instrument for attracting Chinese investment into all sectors across Africa, the bulk of ETCZs to date have been targeted at the continent’s resource-rich countries and the largest markets.

The JinFei ETCZ on the small, resource-poor island of Mauritius is a notable exception. This paper investigates the role that the Mauritius government played in convincing China to locate an ETCZ on the island, despite a host of obstacles, on terms which meet the country’s development aims.

2 Feb 2011

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Series
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 74, January 2011
Region
Asia Pacific, Sub-Saharan Africa
Country
China, Mauritius
SAIIA Programme
Foreign Policy
Tags
Development Aims, Economic and Trade Co-operation Zones (ETCZs)

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