Francophone Africa, 1905-2005: A Century of Economic and Social Change

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Allied Publishers, 2008 - Africa, French-speaking Equatorial - 530 pages
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 The book analyses in width and depth the evolution and growth of the economies and the economic institutions of the eighteen states of Francophone Africa since the beginning of the twentieth century. It identifies the main milestones in the development of the vital sectors of agriculture, industry and foreign trade which occupy more than half the space in the book. A few chapters carry a special section on the individual country studies to focus attention on the pressing problems facing the country concerned.

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 Prof. Daleep Singh was appointed to the newly established Department of African Studies in the University of Delhi as Reader in Economics in 1958.

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