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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. This study has shown that, in countries where policy reforms have been pursued, unit labor costs in us dollars, in factories run by experienced managers, are well within Asian ranges for standardized products like men's shirts and wood furniture.
Economic Development in Africa Report 2010: South-South Cooperation - Africa and the New Forms of Development Partnership (2014)
Another concern for many African countries is that large-scale imports of manufactures from other developing countries are increasingly competing with domestic production, with dire consequences for local manufacturing production. This is especially the case given the fact that the manufactured products imported from other developing countries tend to be consumer rather than capital goods. Consequently, these imports are not ...
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 sectors. They insisted on pushing weak African economies into markets where they were unable to compete with the might of the international private sector. These policies further undermined the economic development of African countries.
Encyclopedia of African American Business: Updated and Revised Edition, 2nd Edition [2 volumes] (2017)
by Jessie Carney Smith
One of the contributing factors to this action is that many African countries have an enormous emerging economic market; the increase in ...
by Thomas M. Leonard
The East Africa area is mainly rural, as the East African countries' economies are all based on agriculture. Unlike Southern and Western Africa, the Eastern countries don't have great amounts of mineral resources. As for natural resources such as petroleum, chromium, zinc, and iron, Sudan is the wealthiest country. Tanzania has gold and platinum and Ethiopia also has gold. Kenya and Uganda have some zones rich in wood. Within this area is situated the Nile Basin, which is shared ...
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