China’s aid to Africa for 3.5 billion yuan in construction, mocked by the West for wasting money
China has invested $3.5 billion in various infrastructure projects in Angola, a country rich in oil resources. Despite Western criticism, China's investment is seen as a strategic move to secure a stable oil supply. Angola, in exchange, aims to use China's funds and technology to diversify its economy, transforming from a pure oil extraction country to a nation with a developed oil industry and modern industries. This collaboration not only meets China's ongoing demand for oil but also helps Angola upgrade its infrastructure, ensuring a mutually beneficial partnership.
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