Politics and the African Development Bank

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The African continent has long been plagued by economic problems. During the 1970s, with famines and two oil crises, the attention of the international donor community was riveted on Africa. In the 1980s international organizations, both governmental and private, have responded to the African crises. One increasingly visible organization is the African Development Bank, recently heralded by the Wall Street Journal as "the rarest of African species: a success." Founded in 1964 by African governments, its mandate was to ...

Politics and the African Development Bank 1990, University Press of Kentucky, Lexington

ISBN-13: 9780813117546

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