Chinese plan to shelve coal projects highlights complex, evolving relations


Issue 448 - 22 Oct 2021 - By Jon Marks , Marc Howard , Ajay Ubhi | 3 minute read

The risk that almost 11GW of planned sub-Saharan power generation capacity will be shelved if Beijing carries through on one of its more public climate change pledges, to end state financing of overseas coal projects, underlines the extent Chinese policy impacts on African economies. In the run-up to a COP26 meeting, where superpower posturing may overwhelm efforts to achieve global consensus, Chinese policy on foreign projects, military expansion and huge debts are examined by Marc Howard, Ajay Ubhi and Jon Marks

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