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  1. Contract farming and informality: drivers and governance responses in Zambia and Zimbabwe
    Stephen Kabwe, Jackqeline Mutambara, Kingstone Mujeyi, Emma Blackmore, Bill Vorley, Xiaoxue Weng
    Mar 2018, Research report - IIED
  2. Informality, global capital, rural development and the environment: Mukula (rosewood) trade between China and Zambia
    Paolo Omar Cerutti, Davison Gumbo, Kaala Moombe, George Schoneveld, Robert Nasi, Nils Bourland, Xiaoxue Weng
    Mar 2018, Research report - IIED
  3. The new face of informality in the Tanzanian mineral economy: Transforming artisanal mining through foreign investment?
    George Schoneveld, Maisory Chacha, Maria Njau, Jesper Jønsson, Paolo Omar Cerutti, Xiaoxue Weng
    Mar 2018, Research report - IIED
  4. Invest in forest-wise people and business! A report from the 4th international learning event of the China-Africa Forest Governance Platform
    James Mayers, Duncan Macqueen, Xiaoxue Weng, Khanh Tran-​Thanh
    Nov 2017, Event/workshop report - IIED
  5. Social assessment for protected areas
    Phil Franks, Xiaoxue Weng
    Mar 2017, Toolkit - IIED
  6. China-Africa investment treaties: do they work?
    Lorenzo Cotula, Xiaoxue Weng, Qianru Ma, Peng Ren
    Jan 2017, Research report - IIED
  7. 中国对非洲森林 的投资:规模、趋势和 未来政策
    Riza Aryani, Naazia Ebrahim, Xiaoxue Weng, Emily Sadler
    Oct 2016, Report/paper - IIED
  8. 为什么非洲森林 如此重要― 对非洲人民、中国和世界而言
    Naazia Ebrahim, Xiaoxue Weng
    Oct 2016, Report/paper - IIED
  9. Chinese investment in Africa’s forests: scale, trends and future policies
    Riza Aryani, Naazia Ebrahim, Xiaoxue Weng, Emily Sadler
    Oct 2016, Report/paper - IIED
  10. Pourquoi les forêts d’Afrique sont importantes — pour les populations, pour la Chine et le monde
    Naazia Ebrahim, Xiaoxue Weng
    Oct 2016, Report/paper - IIED
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