This lecture will explore China’s trading relationships with African countries, and discuss the extent to which China’s influence is good for Africa.
Gill Miller is Senior Lecturer Emerita at the University of Chester, and taught international development. She has published several A level texts and was an A level Chief Examiner; she is now a Reviser for A level Geography papers. Gill was President of the Geographical Association in 2019–20 and has given many lectures to GA branches around the country. She is also a trustee of the Field Studies Council, and the NGO Five Talents UK.
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Thu, 24th September 2020, 16:00
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