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How India and China differ on African investment

5 August 2013 Last updated at 02:33 BST

Asia's two big economies, India and China, are often at loggerheads when it comes to investing in new markets.

However, the two countries often spend their money in completely different ways, with China favouring the state-led approach and India preferring to leave it to private companies.

The BBC's Vineet Khare reports from Nairobi in Kenya on which strategy is working better.

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