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Published on Nov 12, 2015
Journalists, academics and industry representatives gathered at Wits University in Johannesburg for a roundtable discussion on Chinese and African trade relations, ahead of the sixth Forum on China-Africa Cooperation. It's less than a month to go before the summit kicks off in Johannesburg South Africa. The summit is being held for the first time in Africa. It's estimated China's trade with African states has grown about ten times in the last decade, with the total value likely to hit $300 billion in 2015.