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"African Countries" is a book by Godfrey Mwakikagile.
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Africa Can Compete! (1996)
Export Opportunities and Challenges in Garments and Home Products in the European Market
That price distortions and government regulations need further reform in most African countries is a well-known fact. Becoming more price competitive in terms of unit labor costs in foreign currency is the first step toward getting exports going.
Political Parties in Africa (2013)
Ethnicity and Party Formation by Sebastian Elischer
The primary finding emanating from the empirical analysis of parties in the three African countries is that the African political landscape is much more diverse than commonly assumed. Contrary to conventional scholarly wisdom, ethnic parties ...
The Global Brand (2008)
How to Create and Develop Lasting Brand Value in the World Market by Nigel Hollis
African countries is an exceptionally social experience. In Africa, most shopping takes place in open markets seething with crowds of people, and the actual act of buying involves a spirited debate with the store owner about the virtues of the ...
One of the perils of constitutional government and democracy in Asian and African countries is that in these countries political changes have preceded social and economic changes. Europe presents a substantially different picture. There, by ...
by Abiola Irele
As Leonardo Villallón put it, African countries seemed “somehow [to have] 'gone wrong' since independence” (p. 3).
by Saroj Kumar Pal
African countries require essential investments in health, education and infrastructure before they can compete internationally. The World Bank and IMF instead required countries to reduce state support and protection for social and economic ...
by Mwalimu J. Shujaa, Kenya J. Shujaa
In fact, the sweet potato has become the third most important food crop in seven Eastern and Central African countries, and is the fourth leading food crop in six South African countries. The leaves of the sweet potato plant are consumed in ...
by Wolfgang Donsbach
In response, authoritarian regimes legalized opposition parties, and at least 50 african countries implicitly or explicitly granted constitutional protection to freedom of speech and freedom of the press. nevertheless, newspapers and journalists ...
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