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China-Africa Development Fund

China US$ 5 Billion Origin: Non-Commodity

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Established: 2007
Transparency Rating: 9
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Main Office

F10/F11,Tower C
Chemsunny word Trade Center,No .28
Fuxingmennei Street
Xicheng District
Beijing 100031
China
Tel: +86 10-59566800
Fax: +86 10-59566969

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Summary

China-Africa Development Fund

The China-Africa Development (CAD) Fund was established by the China Development Bank (CDB), China’s largest policy bank, as an investment vehicle in Africa. The China Development Bank is the shareholder.

The CAD Fund is managed independently and operated in a commercial basis. They have a team that manages the fund’s assets.


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