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ERDOGAN THE AFRICAN?

Abstract of The Second InTraders Conference

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Jean Denis MIALA NDOMBELE
University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
Celine Marie de Fatima SANGU MATAYA
Deputy Attorney General Ministry of Justice, General Prosecutor’s Office of
Gombe Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
MIALA SAMIA
La Grâce Avenue Kaziama N°5, Commune de Ngaba, Kinshasa, RDC

 

Since his accession to power, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan continues to amaze international opinion with his many visits to Africa, the number of organized Turkey-Africa Summits and his commitment to intensify trade cooperation between his country and African continent.Thus, he undertook an African tour from February 26 to March 02, 2016, visiting Algeria, Senegal, Mauritania and Mali. Since 2014, he has visited 9 African countries. Also in 2014, he organized a first Turkey-Africaforum in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. The next edition will be held in 2019.

Note that Turkey has invested 3.5 billion USD in 2015 and the volume of trade between Turkey and Africa has increased from 4 billion US in 2005 to more than 20 billion in 2015 (Darras R., 2016). On the occasion of the last Turkey-Africa summit held in Istanbul in November 2016, the Turkish President has allowed himself to join forces with Africans to criticize and fight the “new Western model of colonization” generated by the globalization.

He promised to open embassies in all African countries and to increase visits and bilateral cooperation agreements. But the biggest result of this diplomatic offensive is the growth of trade between his country and Africa. In this approach, Turkey wants to equal China if not exceed it. Thus in this study we want to focus on the analysis of trade flows before and after Erdogan.

We will also need to analyze in a comparative way the evolution of trade between Turkey but also China and Africa. We will finally have to demonstrate that this evolution is attributable to its action. To achieve this we will carry out a literature review. Press articles, books and reports will be consulted to shed light on this issue. Induction and deduction
will allow us to draw conclusions.

 

The Second InTraders International Conference on International Trade Abstract Book

Authors

Jean Denis MIALA NDOMBELE
University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
Celine Marie de Fatima SANGU MATAYA
Deputy Attorney General Ministry of Justice, General Prosecutor’s Office of
Gombe Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
MIALA SAMIA
La Grâce Avenue Kaziama N°5, Commune de Ngaba, Kinshasa, RDC

Publishing House

Publish Date/Place: November 2018, İstanbul

Press-Volume: Yalın Yayıncılık-Certificate no: 16116
General Saler and Marketer Publishing House : Yayınevi Hiperlink Eğitim İletişim Yayıncılık San. Paz. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.

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