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West must take care in moving toward China's approach to aid

Blurring between export credit and development assistance carries risks

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The Export-Import Bank of China, along with Sinosure, have formed the backbone of a financing model that has supported the export of Chinese goods, services and capital.   © Reuters

Yunnan Chen is a research fellow at London-based global affairs think tank ODI.

In recent years, China has become an increasingly important source of development finance for developing countries.

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