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Research outputs: TRADE
The chapter investigates how these economic-rational aspirations undermined existing social cohesion and forms of solidarity as evidenced by...
Extractive resources provide employment, food security, export revenues, and a basis for private-sector development. They are vital for basi...
From 1994 to 2008, the trade of South Africa with the rest of Africa experienced a rapid and major growth, but little is known about the ext...Download this report