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Managing mineral and agricultural wealth better on the African continent


Lee-Roy Chetty


Ethical Technology

April 21, 2013

Continued demand for Africa’s natural resources as well as the recent discoveries of oil, gas and minerals in, among others, Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique, together with an improved macro-economic environment, sustain prospects for robust economic growth on the continent.


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