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Interview: Belt and Road initiative to spur Africa’s growth, reshape global order: experts

The Belt and Road initiative envisioned by Chinese leaders to revive ancient trading routes will unleash prosperity in Africa while refashioning the global order, Kenyan experts said. China in 2013 announced its support for large-scale infrastructure projects such as roads, railways and seaports to help revive ancient maritime and land-based trading routes stretching from countries in Asia to Europe and …

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China Telecom Global Selects the Djibouti Data Center (DDC) as a Strategic Hub for Pan-African Expansion

Located in East Africa, the Djibouti Data Center (DDC) will support China Telecom Global and the SEA-ME-WE 5 submarine cable system to meet high-speed connectivity demands along the Belt and Road route. China Telecom Global (CTG), the international operating subsidiary of China Telecom Corporation (China Telecom), a leading integrated information service provider in China, has selected the Djibouti Data Center …

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The Center for Global Enterprise makes newly published research available in Chinese

Report suggests revenue growth at the hand of improved digital supply chains. The Digital Supply Chain initiative (DSCi), a new line of research conducted by the Center for Global Enterprise (CGE) in partnership with CREATe.org, today announced their newly published white paper, Digital Supply Chains: A Frontside Flip, is available to read in Chinese. The report is designed to provide …

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China’s ‘10 major plans’ project indicates global investment for Africa

The China-Africa summit saw China’s President, Xi Jinping reveal ‘10 major plans’ to enhance the already established bilateral relations and close friendship China have with Africa. Not only was this enhancement a milestone for the pair but it was also a clear indicator that investments in the continent are becoming frequently more appealing. Sindiso Ngwenya, Secretary General of the Common …

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South Africa Chosen for Huawei’s Seventh Global Innovation & Experience Centre

China’s largest telecommunications and technology company Huawei have launched the first ever Huawei Innovation & Experience Center in Africa. The exciting Innovation center based in South Africa is set to enforce the digital revolution in Africa, edging them closer and closer to playing a key role in the global knowledge economy. The centre is certainly a cornerstone to the digital …

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Huawei and Global Elites Define a Cloud World at the First Tokyo Cloud Congress

To address the global mega-trend of “Cloud-based Enterprise Transformation”, Huawei sponsored the first Tokyo Cloud Congress at Interop Tokyo 2016, co-hosted by Interop Tokyo Committee and the Widely Integrated Distributed Environment (WIDE) Project. Promoting openness, cooperation, and win-win collaboration, the Congress brought together leading industry experts from global ICT markets to share their latest strategies and insights. The event attracted …

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New Yidan Prize set to Transform Global Education

World’s biggest education accolade to award annual prizes totaling HK$60 million (about US$7.6 million), half of which will fund ground-breaking education research and development initiatives across the world. The Yidan Prize today unveiled the world’s largest education awards scheme, and called for nominations across the world for the inaugural awards, with the winners to be announced in September 2017, and …

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Are Chinese Enterprises Ready to Go Global?

LexisNexis and China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs (CICLA) jointly released the “2015-2016 Survey Report on Chinese Enterprises Going Global” (click here to apply for Report’s E-copy). On January 16, 2016, the “2015-2016 Survey Report on Chinese Enterprises Going Global” was jointly released by LexisNexis, a worldwide legal information provider, and China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs (CICLA) in Beijing. …

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What will it take to meet global housing needs?

By Anita Makri – SciDev.Net Disaster zones and cities fuel the crisis. They are also hotbeds for knowledge and innovations to break through it. Shelter is a basic human need. Having a safe and healthy home is a fundamental aspiration for us all: in cities or villages, in poor or rich countries. But too many people struggle to fulfil this …

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Digital work signals a global race to the bottom

By – SciDev.Net – Mark Graham Online technologies could hurt workers’ rights by connecting rich and poor into one labour market, says Mark Graham. William is a 26-year-old freelancer from one of Nairobi’s slums who does search engine optimisation work. He is one of millions in low-income countries like Kenya who can use online work to transcend some of their …

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