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《Journal of Anhui Normal University(Natural Science)》 2013-01
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A Political Economy Analysis of China’s Investments in Africa——A Case Study on CNMC’s Investments in Zambia

GUO Xuan-fan,LIU Hong-song(School of International & Diplomatic affairs,Shanghai International Study University,Shanghai 20083,China)  
During the process of Chinese enterprises’investments in Africa,how to deal with the risk,to grasp the extent of government involvement,and to take the social responsibility have already become the urgent problems to be thought about and solved.The case study of the strikes happened in Zambia Chambishi copper mine shows that Chinese mineral enterprises haven’t paid sufficient attention to issues like labor relations,working condition and environmental protection,meanwhile,reflects other problems such as the differences between Chinese and foreign enterprise system,the "localization" of Chinese enterprises,the shortage of complex talents.Labor disputes and the changes of leaders cause the repeated occurrences of the strike,aslo highlight the influence of the overall investment environment of the host country on Chinese enterprises’investments in Africa,and have important significance for the further development of "going out" strategy.
【CateGory Index】: F426.32;F832.6
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