Africa's emerging partnerships

July 2011
OECD Observer;Jul2011, Issue 285, p17
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the partnership of Africa with emerging economies. It talks about the Africa's recovery from the global economic and financial crises, based on the region's involvement in developing investment, cities, and airports. It adds that region's improvement has been observed through the narrowed income gap with wealthier OECD countries. It also discusses the role of China and India in region's economic change.


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