Only a small percentage of Africans see Mandarin as the most important international language for young people to learn despite Beijing’s growing presence on the continent, according to an 18-country survey.In a poll of about 2,000 people by Afrobarometer, a research network that provides data on Africans’ experiences, only 2 per cent of those surveyed said Mandarin was the most important international language to learn. About 70 per cent said English, 14 per cent said French, 4 per cent said…



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