At MINDS, we are of the view that economic integration is one the key pillars for Africa’s development. We also think that economic integration is very difficult to engineer so that there are clear benefits for a politician of average intellect to see and understand. Given that the world, let alone Africa, is not run by economics PhDs, it is imperative to find a way of presenting the rationale for economic integration that can be grasped by ordinary people. Below is a link to an article that Dr. Moyo wrote for publication in the Africa Report on the subject.
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