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Journal Article

World Development 81

China and Brazil in African Agriculture

Published on 1 May 2016

Chinese and Brazilian development cooperation in Africa increasingly includes agriculture. This involves agribusiness, contract farming, technology demonstration, and training.

Interventions are framed by Chinese and Brazilian domestic political economies and histories. There is no singular “model” of Brazilian or Chinese agricultural development. All interventions are renegotiated during development processes in Africa.

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Ian Scoones

Professorial Fellow

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published by
Elsevier
authors
Scoones, I., Amanor, K., Favareto, A., and Qi. G.
journal
World Development, volume 81

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