Africa Must Ask Questions in Order to Prosper
The vagueness through which most African governments run their affairs is partly to blame for poor agricultural output. Most investors that took up an estimated 45 million hectares of land from Africa are said to have taken advantage of such weak and vague laws. (A global thirst: How water is driving the new wave of foreign investment in farmland; accessed December 27, 2010) For Africa to feed the world, clear laws and records from government and agencies that work with farmers ought to be encouraged.
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