Jul 16, 2016

How Africa can transition from extractive industries to learning economies - Harvard - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

For a summary of Prof. Juma's Twitter Q&A on this topic, click here.  #AskCJuma The current slump in world commodity prices is forcing Africa to rethink its traditional dependence on raw material exports. The time for African nations to lay the foundations for transitioning from extractive to learning economies is now.

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