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What factors are hindering economic development in Africa?

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2012-05-22 15:44:39
2012-05-22 15:44:39

Many things effect Africa's development, some could include the climate. The rain is either flooding the area or a drought is going on. also politics has an affect on Africa's development. There is a rebel group that makes it difficult to do anything in Africa, and also Africa has a very unstable government. Many people in high places are very greedy and basicly take all of the money from most of the population. Africa is acctually has much more potential to be rich than the rest of the world. But the paradox of plenty stops them from managing the money
scarcity of water resources

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