Tearing the MNCs Veil
This extreme inequity of wealth distribution reinforces the view that the poor cannot participate in the global market economy, even though they constitute the majority of the population. [Read More]
Africa: Zip Your Mouth and Produce!
Self-confidence is a must if Africa is to make progress. Lack of confidence not only compromises wealth creation but limits risk-taking, leading to many people sticking to comfort zones. For Africa to develop, people must urgently seek to travel the least taken routes. [Read More]
Lord Bauer on Africa’s First Aid
If the developed world is looking for a way to help, it could start by opening its markets to African goods. Four years ago, the United States enacted the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act in order to move in this direction. But African goods still face formidable tariff barriers. [Read More]