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Africa’s Debt Factor

Africa’s Debt Factor

Debt problems have long plagued Africa. Early literature (Krumm, 1985; Adeniran et al., 2018; Mustapha & Prizzon, 2018) argues that Africa's debt issues began in the late 1970s, when several African governments accumulated significant foreign debt to pay their public...

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The African Agriculture

The African Agriculture

With 60 % of the world's fertile land, Africa has the ability to fulfill not just its own, but also the rest of the world's food demands. Agriculture is one of the continent's most significant economic sectors, employing around two-thirds of the working population and...

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The African Tourism Industry

The African Tourism Industry

Africa is now one of the world's biggest tourism areas, increasing from 14.7 million visitors in 1990 to 26 million foreign tourists in 2000 and 56 million in 2014. In terms of development, tourism is one of Africa's most attractive markets. Africa has a significant...

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The African Niche

The African Niche

The African continent is the world's second-largest in terms of land area, and it has the world's second-fastest growth rate after Asia. Despite its low wealth concentration, Africa's rapid economic boom and big and young population make it a significant economic...

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Why U.S. Crude Exports Make Cents

Why U.S. Crude Exports Make Cents

Author: Ron Miller, PE, MBA, CEM | 01 February 2016 Source: www.linkedin.com/pulse/ When you read that the United States is planning to export crude oil, do you assume that this action will make us a crude exporter such as Saudi Arabia and Russia, or both an importer...

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