Economic growth does not demand a secret formula. Good development
examples now abound in East Asia and farther afield in others parts
of Asia, and in Central America. But why then has Africa failed to
realise its potential in half a century of independence? This book
shows that African poverty is not because the world has denied the
continent the market and financial means to compete: far from it.
It has not been because of aid per se. Nor is African poverty
solely a consequence of poor infrastructure or trade access, or
because the necessary development and technical expertise is
unavailable internationally. Why then has the continent lagged
behind other developing areas when its people work hard and the
continent is blessed with abundant natural resources?
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