Exporting Africa: Technology, Trade, and Industrialization in Sub-Saharan Africa

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NOTES
1
For further details see, for example, The Sovereignty Budget, Federal Ministry of Information, April 1961.
2
See, for example, Oluremi Ogun, Nigeria’s Trade Policy During and After the Oil Boom: An Appraisal, University of Ibadan, 1987.
3
For a succinct review of Nigeria’s exchange rate practices since independence, see T. Ademola Oyejide and Oluremi Ogun, ‘Structural Adjustment and Exchange Rate Policy’, in A. Iwayemi (ed. ) Macroeconomic Policy Issues in an Open Developing Economy: A Case Study of Nigeria (a Ford Foundation Sponsored Book Project, forthcoming).
4
A detailed analysis of industrial incentives in the 1970s can be found in J. W. Robertson, The Structure of Industrial Incentives in Nigeria, 1979-80, Research Report of the World Bank, Washington, D. C., 1981.
5
The information in this section is drawn from the UNIDO Industrial Development Review series, 1985 and 1988 editions; the CBN, annual reports and statement of accounts (various issues); the Federal Republic of Nigeria, First National Rolling Plan, 1990-92 (Government Printer, Lagos); and MAN, Half Yearly Economic Review, January-June 1988.
6
For references, see The Brewery Industries: A Major Contributor to Nigeria’s Development (The Beer Sectoral Group of MAN); UNIDO Series (ibid. ); CBN (ibid. ).
7
New states have been carved out of these states since 1991. None the less, their policy of no involvement in the production of beer or any alcoholic drink, based on religious belief, applies equally in the newly created states.
8
For further information see UNIDO series (ibid. ) and CBN (ibid. ).
9
See ELAN, Lease Awareness Seminar January, 1993; Corporate, Corporate Journal on Leasing; ‘The New Order’ in Corporate Magazine, November/December 1991; ELAN, Annual Report and Accounts 1991.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vii
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Part I - Exporting Africa: an Analysis 1
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Trade Theory 16
  • 3 - Some Conceptual Issues and Methodology of the Study 35
  • 4 - The Changing World Economy 52
  • 5 - Main Findings of the Study 82
  • 6 - Conclusions and Policy Implications 117
  • Notes to Part I 122
  • Bibliography 131
  • Part II - Country Studies 141
  • 7 - Zimbabwe 143
  • 8 - Tanzania 199
  • Notes 243
  • 9 - Nigeria 246
  • Notes 295
  • 10 - Kenya 296
  • 11 - The Ivory Coast 344
  • 12 - Mauritius 383
  • Appendix 407
  • Index 413
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