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Colonial Rule in Zambia
The State and Economy after Independence
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administrative African agriculture Anglo argued assets Bank of Zambia Ben Turok Board British bureaucracy capitalist colonial commercial consumer consumption copper copper mining copper prices corporations costs dependent despite directors dominant employees employment enterprises European expatriate export farmers Finance firms force foreign capital foreign exchange foreign interests funds growth important income increased Indeco Independence indigenous industry intervention investment Kenya labour Lonrho Lusaka maize major manufacturing mass means of production million mining companies Minister mixed economy monopoly multinational nationalisation neo-colonial nevertheless Northern Rhodesia organisation ownership parastatals Party petty bourgeoisie political postage President Kaunda price controls private sector profits Reforms relations remained Report revenue role rural Seidman settler shareholders social socialist Statutory Boards structure subsidies substantial Tanzania Third World TNDP trade Turok urban wage workers World Bank Zambia Railways Zambian businessmen ZIMCO