Africa: Investment Grows as Aid, Trade Drop
Growth and investment is showing a steady increase as new opportunities develop, despite a decline in aid flows and the export of goods and services, amongst others.
Investment Grows as Aid, Trade Drop
This is Africa, 6 August 2012
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