The Impact of China-Africa Aid Relations: The Case of Uganda
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China and Uganda have a long diplomatic history dating as far back as the post independence era. During the period 1962-1985, bilateral relations between the two countries remained steady in spite of the regime changes in Uganda. According to the information from the China Consulate in Uganda, development assistance from China to Uganda overtime has risen to the tune of US$4-5 million annually. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations the Government of China has continued to provide development assistance to Uganda in the form of interest-free loans and grants to a cumulative value of approximately US$80 million in 2003 although the bulk of China’s aid to Uganda is in the form of non-concessional loans.
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