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Promotion of foreign direct investment in Africa: lessons from Asian countries

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dc.description.abstract This study focuses on Asian Experience and African Development, which was one of the themes discussed in the Tokyo Declaration of African Development: towards the 21st Century, in the Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD). The relevant issues related to our study in the Tokyo Declaration of TICAD were relevant to the Asian experience for African development. Which was acknowledged to draw some lemons and appropriate conclusions and formulate their own development policies, although no one model of development can be simply transferred from one region to another the backdrop of development success lies in the combination of a strong commitment by the leadership and the people to economic prosperity, appropriate long-term development strategies and functional government administration to pursue these strategies coherently. development achievement in East and Southeast Asia have enhanced opportunities for South-South cooperation with Africa.
dc.title Promotion of foreign direct investment in Africa: lessons from Asian countries
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