African Perceptions of Chinese businesses operating in Africa
Focus number 18, Globehics.net
Sofie Geerts, Namhla Xinwa, Deon Rossouw, June 2014
The Ethics Institute of South Africa and other partners were conducting a survey to gather reliable data about african perception about the presence of Chinese companies in african countries. The findings of this survey provided a basis for transparent and informed discussions with Chinese companies doing business in Africa.
This survey were conducted by the Ethics Institute of South Africa (EthicsSA), in collaboration with the Charles Leopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind, the Forum on Ethics and Responsibility, Globethics.net and the Centre for International Business Ethics (CIBE) in Beijing, China.
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