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The Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) is a platform established by the People's Republic of China (PRC) in collaboration with African countries for collective consultation and dialogue. Established in 2000, FOCAC ministerial summits take place every three years, alternatively in China and then Africa. The existence of FOCAC might be best seen as the institutionalization of Sino-African relations at a time of intensified interactions and following a period of exponential growth in suchdoi:10.7552/74-0-67 fatcat:bexmlanjwzh55cgzrgnuslbzgm