Trade tensions between China and the US will bring about a change in global trading patterns, giving Africa countries a chance to step in and make the most of opportunities to form lucrative new trade relationships. This is despite the potential negative effect of the US-China trade tensions on Africa.

If the ongoing trade tensions cannot be resolved, they could result in a global economic recession with serious repercussions for African economies. China and the US are primary trading partners with numerous African countries and any economic fluctuations or increase in tariffs in these countries will be felt down the global supply chain...

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