China Stands Apart From Kenya’s Other Bilateral Creditors in Requiring Full Debt Repayment
Eric Olander
The China-Africa Daily Brief, 9 décembre 2021

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While Japan, France, and Kenya’s other major bilateral creditors are all giving Nairobi some breathing room during the ongoing pandemic in the form of reduced debt servicing payments, that is not the case with China. Last quarter, the Treasury transferred $266 million to Chinese creditors, mostly to the China Exim Bank, to fulfill its debt repayment obligations.