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Impact of technology on African economy

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Government of Africa has planned a lot in the development of science and technology in the session 2009-2011. The foundation has been laid in environmental growth, development in the infrastructure and internet economy. Touching the sky in the field of science and development has now become the aim of the African countries and their goals are clear from the efforts being made by them. The impact of technology is expected to be fruitful for the African economy.
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The Aid And Growth Of The African Economy

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

In recent times Africa, the second largest continent in the world, has been shrouded in international conflict, disease and famine, however economically Africa appears more favorable than they have been for decades. 2004 was a year of great upheaval in Darfur, and yet Africa still posted a 5% increase in economic activity. The locust infestation that plagued west and north African countries has been contained. Central Africa has a promising economic outlook with production capacity increasing steadily throughout the past 5 years.
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ABP’s Effect On The Economy Of African Countries

Monday, August 24th, 2009

The ABP was set up to aid the budget and economy of African countries. The ABP operates by building organisations that work with budgets of African countries. Over the years 220 societies have been created as a direct result of the ABP’s work. These organisations work on budgets that will have a impact on the economy of African countries. The ABP also works with the staff in African parliament. Work with the African budget is progressing rapidly due to the ABP.
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