Why does China value its relationship with Africa?

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To quote a Chinese saying, “The ocean is vast because it rejects no rivers.” China, the world’s largest developing country, and Africa, the continent with the largest number of developing countries, have long formed a community with a shared future. Indeed, the two sides share a common stake. China will work with Africa to achieve its shared goal of building a closer China-Africa community with a shared future and turn it into a pacesetter for building such a community for mankind.

This is one episode in CGTN’s special series, “How China Works,” to discover China’s governance philosophy. #CPC100

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