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Political Economy Review: China Impact on Ghanaian Food Security

 

Power98.7: Power Business

Monday, 11 March 2019

Interview analysing the impact of Chinese owned boats trawling the Ghanaian coast following a report by the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) detailed how Chinese involvement in industrial trawling is depleting Africa’s fish stocks. The discussion evaluates the impact of Chinese demand on African ecologies and sustainability of other wildlife species such perlemoen (abalone) and rhinos. The interview analyses the adverse consequences of Chinese cooperation, the influence of China in Africa, and how the government of China can be held accountable.

Siyaduma Biniza

Siya is the Executive Director at PESA.

Siyaduma Biniza

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