What the exit of China from Labour –Intensive Light Manufacturing could mean for Nigeria – Prof. Oramah

    By Franklin Alli   “RELATED to the foregoing is the exit of China from Labour –Intensive Light Manufacturing due to rising labour costs.  Africa imports US$43 billion light manufactures from China; as China shifts focus, these goods have to be supplied by somebody.   Nigeria, indeed, the entire African continent will have themselves to […]

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The tariff war between America and China

Implications for developing countries, particularly Ghana By Kwasi Asante (Ghana Business News) During the 2016 electioneering campaign, Donald Trump labeled the People’s Republic of China a “currency manipulator” and promised increased tariffs on Chinese exports into the United States by 45 per cent. Trump proposed the idea during a wide-ranging meeting with members of the […]

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