|Series||Basle Centre for Economic and Financial Research -- no.6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
African Friends and Money Matters grew out of frustrations that Westerners experience when they travel and work in Africa. Africans have just as many frustrations relating to the Westerners in their midst. Each uses and manages money and other resources in very different ways, and these differences create many misunderstandings and by: Money and finance in Africa; the experience of Ghana, Morocco, Nigeria, the Rhodesias and Nyasaland, the Sudan, and Tunisia from the establishment of their central banks until , Author: Erin Elver Jucker-Fleetwood. Get this from a library! Money and finance in Africa: the experience of Ghana, Morocco, Nigeria, the Rhodesias and Nyasaland, the Sudan, and Tunisia from the establishment of their central banks until [Erin E Jucker-Fleetwood; Basle Centre for Economic and Financial Research.]. viii MAKING FINANCE WORK FOR AFRICA International Comparison of Stock Exchange Development: Main African Exchanges Relative to Other Developing Countries53 Access to Finance, Regional Extremes, Medians, and Means58 Access to Finance across Countries59 Financing Obstacles across Regions
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