Survey of African Perceptions on Chinese Business in Africa
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null Survey of African Perceptions on Chinese Business in Africa
Globethics.net, the Ethics Institute of South Africa and other partners are conducting a survey to gather reliable data about what Africans think about the presence of Chinese companies in their respective countries. The findings of this survey will provide a basis for transparent and informed discussions with Chinese companies doing business in Africa.
This survey is conducted by the Ethics Institute of South Africa (EthicsSA), in collaboration with the Charles Leopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind, the Forum on Ethics and Responsibility, Globethics.net and the Centre for International Business Ethics (CIBE) in Beijing, China.
All Africans living in one of the following countries can participate anonymously in the survey: Angola, Benin, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The survey can be filled in in English, French and Portuguese online at:
English link: https://g3research.co.za/index.php/257173/lang-en
French link: https://g3research.co.za/index.php/257173/lang-fr
Portuguese link: https://g3research.co.za/index.php/257173/lang-pt
The deadline for survey submissions has been extended to 10 November 2013 and the findings of the survey will be published on www.ethicssa.org and www.globethics.net from January 2014 onwards.
For any questions related to the survey, please contact email@example.com.