On Wednesday, April 16, the Africa Growth Initiative at Brookings (AGI) and the Congressional African Staff Association (CASA) hosted a briefing for congressional staffers on China’s investment experience in Africa and what it means for U.S. business and the region. Panelists included David Dollar, senior fellow, at the Brookings John L. Thornton China Center and former economic and financial emissary to China for the U.S. Treasury and Amadou Sy, senior fellow at the Brookings Africa Growth Initiative. Yun Sun, fellow in the Henry L. Stimson Center’s East Asia Project and former AGI visiting fellow, commented on her recent paper on China’s evolving approach to Africa. Witney Schneidman, AGI nonresident fellow and senior advisor for Africa at Covington and Burling, LLP, moderated the discussion.
This event is part of the Africa Policy Dialogue on the Hill, a regular congressional briefing series hosted by AGI and CASA on topical issues relevant to Africa’s growth and security.
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