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  • Mining Indaba Chinese investment in African mining

    Germany’s impact on Africa’s mining industry Why Africa? For Germany, a country importing roughly $4bn worth of minerals, ores, and metals every month according to data from Trading Economics, African investment is a bit of a no brainer

  • Chinese control over African and global mining—past

    22072020  Chinese companies are far from taking control over African or global mining In 2018, they control less than 7% of the value of total African mine

  • Author: Magnus Ericsson, Olof Löf, Anton Löf
  • Blessing and curse: understanding the social impact of

    Germany’s Impact on AfricaGermany Has Poured Money Into AfricaWest vs EastFinding Mutual BenefitThe report concludes that the effect of Chinese mining companies on African local development is ambiguous: while proximity to Chinese operated mines is associated with antiChinese sentiments and unemployment, populations living close to Chinse mining areas enjoy better infrastructure, such as paved roads or piped water AlthougMeer bekijken op miningtechnologyGeschatte leestijd: 9 min
  • Germany and Africa: The Mining Challenge Cairn

    Chinese investment in mines in Africa between 2005 and 2013 18 According to the Heritage Foundation, the value of Chinese mining projects in Africa since 2005 now reaches USD 15 billion, an amount that according to the data from Germany’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) exceeds Germany’s investment in Africa in all sectors

  • Author: JeanRaphaël Chaponnière
  • Germany in Africa: Implications of a Deepening Relationship

    31122013  Germany has four overarching strategic interests in Africa First, it wants access to natural resources, particularly oil and gas It is estimated that, by 2020, Germany will import more oil worldwide than the United States To guarantee future supply, Germany is heavily investing in the oil sectors in countries such as Sudan, Angola, and Nigeria

  • Author: Larry Hanauer, Lyle J Morris
  • Germany in Africa: The Real Story: Chinese Mining Projects

    15022016  After doing research on Chinese aid, loans, and investment in Africa for decades, and publishing a book in November 2015 on Chinese agricultural investment (or not) in Africa (Will Africa Feed Germany?)I have a healthy skepticism about claims that a Chinese company (or bank) has actually made an investment (or loan)

  • Geschatte leestijd: 3 min
  • On the importance of Chinese investment in Africa

    01062018  With the growing presence of Germany in Africa over the last two decades, this paper investigates the impact of Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) on economic performance in Africa, which we compare to that of the traditional economic partners of African countries, including the US, France, and Germany

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  • What Germany Wants From Africa? Everything

    04052019  Germany wants everything from Africa: its strategic location, its oil, its rare earth metals, and its fish, leaving African nations indebted to Beijing

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  • The $3bn bargain: how Germany dominates Pacific mining

    31052021  While Germany’s new forest law, which came into effect in July 2020, aims to promote sustainable trade of timber, as well as to safeguard Germany’s

  • Auteur: Josh Nicholas
  • The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in Africa

    05082015  The mining industry has had disastrous effects on ecosystems of fresh water lakes in Africa and in the seas because of the loss of habitat for marine organisms and biodiversity As a result, there is a threat to the flora and fauna of the continent There are also serious physiological and psychological consequences for Africa

  • Geschatte leestijd: 7 min
  • The Pros and Cons of Chinese Investment in Africa THE

    05042013  Germany is also making industrial investments all over the continent, running mining and oil firms As a result, Germany has now become Africa’s most important trading partner, passing the United States There are certainly benefits to Chinese investment

  • Germany in Africa: Implications of a Deepening Relationship

    31122013  Germany has four overarching strategic interests in Africa First, it wants access to natural resources, particularly oil and gas It is estimated that, by 2020, Germany will import more oil worldwide than the United States To guarantee future supply, Germany is heavily investing in the oil sectors in countries such as Sudan, Angola, and Nigeria

  • Germany in Africa: The Real Story: Chinese Mining Projects

    15022016  After doing research on Chinese aid, loans, and investment in Africa for decades, and publishing a book in November 2015 on Chinese agricultural investment (or not) in Africa (Will Africa Feed Germany?)I have a healthy skepticism about claims that a Chinese company (or bank) has actually made an investment (or loan)

  • Germany’s Mining Industry at Home and Overseas: Development

    Germany’s Mining Industry at Home and Overseas: Development, Impacts and Regulation 2014 CAD Fund GermanyAfrica Development Fund All mining activities impact on the environment to some degree, and some impacts cannot be avoided However,

  • Germany’s investment in Africa: What the data really says

    22072019  Germany’s investment in Africa: What the data really says, and the implications for Europe Germany has clearly signalled to Europe that it does not shy away from involvement in Africa, historically Europe’s area of influence But the nature of Germany’s direct investment flows to the continent will have to change if they are to prove sustainable

  • Africa’s mines of the future: COVID19 and ESG issues

    17092020  An obvious strategic step for Africa's mining companies is to focus on technological advancements that reduce the number of underground miners, thus reducing the risk of health and safety incidents This would mean that when the next COVID19type event occurs, mining companies would be less affected, as operations continue remotely, with employees separated by a healthy

  • On the importance of Chinese investment in Africa

    01062018  With the growing presence of Germany in Africa over the last two decades, this paper investigates the impact of Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) on economic performance in Africa, which we compare to that of the traditional economic partners of African countries, including the US, France, and Germany

  • What Germany Wants From Africa? Everything

    04052019  Germany wants everything from Africa: its strategic location, its oil, its rare earth metals, and its fish, leaving African nations indebted to Beijing

  • Germany's Rising Role in Africa Council on Foreign Relations

    21072005  Germany’s trade with Africa has risen sharply, from $10 billion in 2003 to $20 billion in 2004 and another 50 percent increase is expected in 2005 Chinese goods are

  • Mining in Africa World Bank

    41 SmallScale Mining Poses Challenges for Identifying Impacts of LargeScale Mines 99 42 Effect of a Mine Opening on Household Access to Sanitation in Mali 125 Figures 11 GDP Growth by Country Groups, 2000–14 2 12 Mine Openings, 1870–2014 2 13 Human Development Index Scores in Selected African Countries, 2013 4

  • Germany in Africa: The Real Story: Chinese Mining Projects

    15022016  After doing research on Chinese aid, loans, and investment in Africa for decades, and publishing a book in November 2015 on Chinese agricultural investment (or not) in Africa (Will Africa Feed Germany?)I have a healthy skepticism about claims

  • Germany in Africa: Implications of a Deepening Relationship

    31122013  Germany has four overarching strategic interests in Africa First, it wants access to natural resources, particularly oil and gas It is estimated that, by 2020, Germany will import more oil worldwide than the United States To guarantee future supply, Germany is heavily investing in the oil sectors in countries such as Sudan, Angola, and Nigeria

  • Germany’s investment in Africa: What the data really says

    22072019  Germany’s investment in Africa: What the data really says, and the implications for Europe Germany has clearly signalled to Europe that it does not shy away from involvement in Africa, historically Europe’s area of influence But the nature of Germany’s direct investment flows to the continent will have to change if they are to prove sustainable

  • Germany’s belt and road initiative: Implications in Africa ORF

    24082020  Germany’s Presence in Africa With its involvement in the infrastructure sector beginning in the 1960s, Germany has established an active presence across the African continent Trade between Germany and Africa has surged drastically from US$1 billion in 1980 to US$128 billion in 2016 Since 2000, it has provided cumulative loans of US$143 billion

  • Africa’s mines of the future: COVID19 and ESG issues

    17092020  An obvious strategic step for Africa's mining companies is to focus on technological advancements that reduce the number of underground miners, thus reducing the risk of health and safety incidents This would mean that when the next COVID19type event occurs, mining companies would be less affected, as operations continue remotely, with employees separated by a healthy

  • On the importance of Chinese investment in Africa

    01062018  With the growing presence of Germany in Africa over the last two decades, this paper investigates the impact of Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) on economic performance in Africa, which we compare to that of the traditional economic partners of African countries, including the US, France, and Germany

  • Germany’s Environmental Footprint in Africa Pambazuka News

    29052008  17 Germany Exim Bank, Issuance Notice regarding Guidance on Environmental and Social Impact Assessment in Germany Export Import Bank Projects (unofficial English translation), 28 August 2007 18 Alden, C, (2007) ‘Germany in Africa’, London/New York, pp 29f, 58

  • Germany's Rising Role in Africa Council on Foreign Relations

    21072005  Germany’s trade with Africa has risen sharply, from $10 billion in 2003 to $20 billion in 2004 and another 50 percent increase is expected in 2005 Chinese goods are

  • Sustainability of Chinese Railway Projects in Africa: A

    emphasis on the social and environmental impact of these projects CHINA’S ENGAGEMENT WITH AFRICA IN THE RAILWAY SECTOR Germany’s investment in Africa has a long history Mohan and Power (2008), however, noted that the Germany–Africa relationship was born out of demand and supply considerations, not political and economic affinities

  • Mining and the African Environment

    Africa’s major metal mines are inside or within 10 km of a protected area, considerably more than the 25% in both Asia and South America (Duran´ et al 2013) The immediate, relatively local environmental impacts of mining per se may be dwarfed by the potentially far more wideranging impacts of mining infrastructure and socioeconomic change

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