Ethiopia’s strategic cooperation with China
In recent times, the Ethiopian government has abandoned its 1970’s Communist ideology and put in place some basic reforms. They went on to build sturdy infrastructure and launch a successful industrial policy, calling to mind China’s own development pathway.
The Chinese have contributed significantly to the building of Ethiopian infrastructure, with rail systems, buildings and dams.
Will Ethiopia succeed in copying China’s development model?
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