China imposes ‘aggressive’ conditions on Entebbe airport loan – researchers



A leading Chinese lender has imposed “aggressive” repayment terms on a $200 million loan to expand Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport, US research lab AidData said on Monday, criticizing the bank for forcing the government to repay its debt before funding public services.
Chinese state banks are Africa’s biggest source of infrastructure finance and have been criticized for their predatory lending practices, although contract details are rarely made public.



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