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The Colonization of East Africa
Closer Union or A Dual Policy?
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Agreement argued Bank basis bilateral imperialism Britain British finance capital British imperialism capitalist Central closer union co-operation co-ordination Colonial Office Common Market common services Conference created Currency Board Customs Union Declaration deficit despite domination dual policy East African Community East African Federation economic development established European existing fact finance capital forces foreign exchange funds Governors High Commission Hilton Young Hilton Young Commission Ibid imperialist import-substitution imports increase industrial development institutions inter-state trade inter-territorial interests investment Kampala Kenya and Uganda labour Lome Convention London manufacturing ment million monopolistic competition multilateral imperialism Nairobi national independence nationalist native neo-colonial Nyerere operating organization Ormsby-Gore Outflows PAFMECA Pan African parties partner peasant production petty bourgeoisie political problems railway raw materials regional integration Report result revenue Salaam settler agriculture sterling strategy structures struggle Tanganyika Tanzania tariff three countries three territories transnational monopolies Treaty Uganda Railway unity Zanzibar