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Ancient Egyptian units of measurement also served as units of currency. Africa's economy was diverse, driven by extensive trade routes that developed between cities and kingdoms. Some trade routes were overland, some involved navigating rivers, still others developed around port cities.
The Sultanate of Mogadishu 's medieval currency. Some parts of Africa had close trade relationships with Arab kingdoms, and by the time of the Ottoman EmpireAfricans had begun converting to Islam in large numbers. This development, along with the economic potential in finding a trade route to the Indian Oceanbrought the Portuguese to sub-Saharan Africa as an imperial force.
Colonial interests created new industries to feed European appetites for goods such as palm oil, rubber, cotton, precious metals, spices, cash crops other goods, and integrated especially the coastal areas with the Atlantic economy.
An economic rebound among some countries has been evident in recent years, however. The dawn of the African economic boom which is in place since the s has been compared to the Chinese economic boom that had emerged in Asia since late 's. Equatorial Guinea possessed Africa's highest GDP per capita albeit allegations of human rights violations.
Oil-rich countries such as AlgeriaLibya and Gabonand mineral-rich Botswana emerged among the top economies since the 21st century, while Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congopotentially among the world's richest nations, have sunk into the list of the world's poorest nations due to pervasive political corruption, warfare and braindrain of workforce.
Botswana remains the site of Africa's longest and one of the world's longest periods of economic boom — Data suggest parts of the continent are now experiencing fast growth, thanks to their resources and increasing political stability and 'has steadily increased levels of peacefulness since '.
The World Bank reports the economy of Sub-Saharan African countries grew at rates that match or surpass global rates. The top nations in include Mauritania with growth at Nonetheless, growth has been dismal, negative or sluggish in many parts of Africa including Zimbabwethe Democratic Republic of the Congothe Republic of the Congo and Burundi.
Many international agencies are increasingly interested in investing in emerging African economies. As ofthe initiative has given partial debt relief to 30 African countries.
China and India are increasingly important trade partners; Africa's economy—with expanding trade, English language skills official in many Sub-Saharan countriesimproving literacy and education, availability of splendid resources and cheaper labour force—is expected to continue to perform better into the future.
A consumer class is also emerging in Africa and is expected to keep booming. This number could reach a projected million by A new program named Trade Africa, designed to boost trade within the continent as well as between Africa and the U. Endemic warfare and unrest, widespread corruption, and despotic regimes are both causes and effects of the continued economic problems.
The decolonization of Africa was fraught with instability aggravated by cold war conflict. Since the midth century, the Cold War and increased corruption and despotism have also contributed to Africa's poor economy.
The Trans-African Highway network According to the researchers at the Overseas Development Institutethe lack of infrastructure in many developing countries represents one of the most significant limitations to economic growth and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals MDGs.
Chinain particular, has emerged as an important investor. Colonisation of Africa Railway map of Africa, including tracks proposed and under construction, The Statesman's Yearbook The economic impact of the colonization of Africa has been debated.
In this matter, the opinions are biased between researchers, some of them consider that Europeans had a positive impact on Africa; others affirm that Africa's development was slowed down by colonial rule.
Some writers, such as Walter Rodney in his book How Europe Underdeveloped Africaargue that these colonial policies are directly responsible for many of Africa's modern problems.
Critics of colonialism charge colonial rule with injuring African pride, self-worth and belief in themselves. Other post-colonial scholars, most notably Frantz Fanon continuing along this line, have argued that the true effects of colonialism are psychological and that domination by a foreign power creates a lasting sense of inferiority and subjugation that creates a barrier to growth and innovation.
Such arguments posit that a new generation of Africans free of colonial thought and mindset is emerging and that this is driving economic transformation.Resources.
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RACE, CULTURE, AND EQUALITY 1 by Thomas Sowell. During the 15 years that I spent researching and writing my recently completed trilogy on racial and cultural issues, 2 I was struck again and again with how common huge disparities in income and wealth have been for centuries, in countries around the world-- and yet how each country regards its own particular disparities as unusual, if not unique.