Editor's Note: In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping put forward the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which aims at building a new platform for international cooperation and creating new momentum for shared development. Since then, the BRI, along with other multilateral initiatives launched by China, have created impetus and stability for global development, with Africa being a vital component of the initiative that has helped tap the continent's growth potential. The Global Times (GT) spoke with Nicholas Dweh Nimley, a researcher scholar on China-Africa strategic bilateral and multilateral cooperation who is also the chief editor ofNnewcom Television, who shared his view on how BRI has facilitated regional growth in the past decade.

GT: How do you evaluate the implementation of China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Africa over the past 10 years?

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