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Economic co-operation inAfrica

International Seminar on Economic Co-operation in Africa (1965 Nairobi)

Economic co-operation inAfrica

retrospect and prospect

by International Seminar on Economic Co-operation in Africa (1965 Nairobi)

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Published by Published for UniversityCollege, Nairobi, by Oxford U.P .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by! Reginald Herbold Green and K.G.V.Krishna, based on the International Seminar on Economic Co-operation in Africa held at University College, Nairobi, December 1965.
The Physical Object
Pagination160p.,22cm
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21844971M

  Metzger, M. () Regional Cooperation and Integration in Sub-Saharan Africa, Geneva: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Mistry, P. S. () ‘Africa’s Record of Regional Co-operation and Integration’, African Affairs, 99 (): Møller, B. () ‘The African Union as a Security Actor: African Solutions to African Problems?’, Crisis States Working Papers, 2. The restoration of peace and security has enabled the government to focus on economic growth and social development. Accordingly, Angola’s foreign policy has required re-defining, especially with the BRIC countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China. With each country, Angola has cultivated strategic areas of by: 1.

Economic Co-operation and Develop-ment (OECD) report was launched. Entitled ‘A Better World for All’, the report outlined what it called ‘Interna-tional Development Goals’: seven inter-related development goals were drawn from the UN Conferences of the s which, if achieved over the next fifteen years, would improve the lives of millions. CARLETON UNIVERSITY Department of Economics. ECON African Economic Development. Prof. A.R.M. Ritter Early Summer (May-June) INFORMATION ON THE COURSE. I. Objectives and Approach. The central objective of this seminar is to analyse the processes and problems of the economic development of Sub-Saharan Size: 49KB.

Introduction: The Future of Security Sector Reform 16 economic growth and human development in the poorest countries. This the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. But it was an exciting challenge with enormous possibilities for the advancement of human civilization. It would also increase the possibility of global File Size: 2MB. the hospitality and tourism sector Issues paper for discussion at the Global Dialogue Forum for the Hotels, Catering, Tourism Sector discussions at the Global Dialogue Forum on new developments and challenges in the OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development PE private equityFile Size: 1MB.


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