* Port and rail deal in South Africa is example of ties * Poor African facilities slow delivery of commodities * Africa broadly welcomes China, but calls for more balance By Jon Herskovitz DURBAN, South Africa, March 27 (Reuters) - China's decision to spend billions of dollars this week to revamp South Africa's rail lines and a major port show the importance Beijing places on making sure African minerals reach its ...
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