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Watch Assignment 4 documentary in Documentaries tab. Then answer the following questions below, going into detail where appropriate:
"The Chinese are Coming": Globalizations
1. What does Jacob claim the Chinese chickens contain/are made of?
2. Competition in the chicken growing market should, in theory, lead to
process for consumers?
3. What was the name of Zambia before independence (while it was a British Colony)?
4. The real money in Zambia, however, isn't in chickens. There are huge quantities of
and there are reckoned to be
still in the ground.
5. What kind of lifestyle was it for the white settlers growing up in Zambia?
6. What are the differences between this and the contemporary era with increased Chinese investment?
7. Mining accounts for
of the Zambian economy. Chinese investment has been estimated at $
billion, and has resulted in the creation of
_ local jobs.
8. What are some of the alleged misdeeds the Chinese have allowed to happen or caused in the DR Congo?
9. In the 1970s, a railway was built in Tanzania. It was built by
Obstacles in the way of construction included
Current Chinese investment in Tanzania is driven by
10. What is the difference between the West and China's approach to investing in Africa, according to people being interviewed? What might this mean for the future of Africa?
11. Describe some of the global forces that have affected people n Zambia - overall has globalization being positive or negative for them

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