«EMERGING POWERS» ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT: ANGOLA САSE
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«EMERGING POWERS» ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT: ANGOLA САSE
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
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36-41
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This paper analyses China, India and Brazil activities in Africa during the last ten years. Angola, which is rich with oil and mineral recourses, is one of the most attractive destinations for these three BRICS members. As in other African countries the most successful actor is China, but others try to overtake as well. Although the main focus of Brazil’s activity in Africa are Portugal speaking countries, its achievements in Angola are also the most impressive.
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Angola, China, India, Brazil, BRICS, infrastructure, investment, oil resources
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01.07.2013
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