A tea plantation in Kenya, where minerals make up 70 per cent of exports to China, despite the relatively small size of its resources industry. Photo: Reuters
A tea plantation in Kenya, where minerals make up 70 per cent of exports to China, despite the relatively small size of its resources industry. Photo: Reuters

China flags more access for African agricultural exports is on the way

  • The issue is expected to feature prominently at the next forum on China-Africa cooperation in Senegal
  • Minerals and other raw materials make up the vast majority of Africa’s trade with the Asian giant

A tea plantation in Kenya, where minerals make up 70 per cent of exports to China, despite the relatively small size of its resources industry. Photo: Reuters
A tea plantation in Kenya, where minerals make up 70 per cent of exports to China, despite the relatively small size of its resources industry. Photo: Reuters
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