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In a pattern replicated across the world, China's voracious appetite for raw materials is helping push sub-Saharan economies to their fastest growth in three decades, and inexpensive Chinese-made products are suddenly available across the continent. Yet many Africans say the influx, while offering consumers more affordable goods, has not improved their economic situation and has hurt local companies.

That is Craig Tinberg in today’s Washington Post, who offers his pros and cons. For more, see our previous posts on China’s investments in Africa.

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