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What are you talking about? INDUSTRIALIZATION is a "foreign" approach.
Africans have always based their economies on agriculture, manufacturing, mining, and commerce. This is what I am prescribing; that African countries focus on exploiting their main traditional economic sectors for current economic development.
I don't see how even you could disagree with that. If these countries are already low in capital, it only makes sense that they should focus on internal development and stability before they go out trying to globalize and compete with America, China, and France.
You dont get it.
Take your master Eriksson and his views and shove him where the sun doesnt shine.
Waste of bandwidth.
Importing bullshit foreign solutions to African problems, speak for Senegal.