This book analyzes the current economic situations in African
countries at the local, regional, and national level. It examines
the growing interest from developed and developing countries to
invest in Africa and their different reasons for doing so, which
aren't always aligned with the interests of African countries.
Growth in African GDP has benefitted mainly multinational
corporations while the rest of the population remains at the
subsistence level, creating a smaller middle class and less
opportunity for local businesses to flourish. This book offers
potential models of cooperation which could create added value for
both African countries and the MNCs investing in them.
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