20 years of explosive growth in China’s trade ties with Uganda

chinuga Chinese in UgandaAlthough China was one of the first countries to establish ties with independent Uganda in 1962, statistics from the Chinese embassy in Kampala show that the volume of trade between the two countries never exceeded $10 million before the 1990s. A little over 20 years later, the relationship between Uganda and China has grown by leaps and bounds. Benon Herbert Oluka explores developments in the China-Uganda relationship in this article published in The EastAfrican

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