Not even close: In 2013 the US earned $128 billion for the use of its intellectual property. China in the same year received less than $1 billion
11 of Africa's 14 largest markets have fallen more than 10%, as Chinese demand slows and investors anticipate higher interest rates in the US.
Abuja’s currency policies harming trade and factories, America's commerce secretary says ahead of key meeting with president Muhammadu Buhari.
The Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) takes place in South Africa next month. It will be closely followed by many.
Need a bank loan that won't kill you? This surprise African country will offer you an unbelievable rate
American policy makers are making African central banks--and loan applicants-- unhappy. But these countries are borrowers paradise.
US researchers claim that there are currently 3,030 active development projects in Africa, but will Asian country announce more in December?
Africa, spurning America, fled into China’s arms. Now US may hold 'cure' to the continent’s fast-dipping economy
Like the ex who won’t give up, economic markets turmoil may be calmed by the US. It’s the hope that kills you.
China, the continent's biggest trade partner, has freed its currency. Which African nations have the most to fear?
Beijing says its move on the yuan it is all about its own economy. But if you live in Africa, you might want to buckle up.
Beijing seeks to crash party and take the sheen off American leader's historic visit.
In case you missed it, Kenya and Ethiopia are just cogs in Obama’s grand Africa plan—and he could be the winner
It goes against conventional thinking, but an imperceptible shift in US foreign policy could cement Obama's legacy. The clue? Follow the money.
107 years of history: Africa and its fun American presidents stories, plus the Big Man who gave Obama a $50,000 gift
First ever Safaris, impromptu visits to Somalia--a trip by an American president to Africa, though rare, never makes for a dull moment.
Giants mingle with minnows such as Togo, while the executives in the region are starting to look inwards for new markets, according to the UN.
US takes steps to extend African exports law by 10 more years, but behind the scenes, an almighty tug-of-war
Analysts say AGOA tug-of-war could scuttle efforts to ensure law is passed before September 30, 2015 when the current version expires.
US, China, Russia, EU, and Germany - which does Africa want to go to bed with most? New survey reveals
Senegal is generous, Ethiopia and South Africa are in a mean mood and Kenya, Rwanda can’t make up their minds.
There are the China-Africa business numbers; but here are 10 big facts about US-Africa trade - UPDATED
It's thought that AGOA has generated about 100,000 jobs in the US, and 350,000 direct jobs and 1,000,000 indirect jobs in sub-Saharan Africa.
Asia, Africa to mark summit that forged post-colonial path; these days it is anything but non-aligned
Some analysts argue the Non-Aligned Movement is more about big countries - China and Japan - seeking to unilaterally extend their influence.
You know about the China-Africa business numbers; here are 10 big facts about US-Africa trade - UPDATED
It's thought that AGOA has generated about 100,000 jobs in the US, and 350,000 direct jobs and 1,000,000 indirect jobs in Sub-Saharan Africa.