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Case
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Reference no. 9-792-089
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1992
Version: 2 April 1997

Abstract

Examines the causes of decline - economic, social, and political - of the Zambian economy since 1974. It takes place at the time of the election of Frederick Chiluba, in October 1991. Examines the problems of economic development in Africa, and especially, of structural reform away from closed, statist systems of government. Also examines the problems of external debt and the reliance on commodity industries to produce foreign exchange.
Location:
Size:
USD8 million revenues
Other setting(s):
1990-1991

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Abstract

Examines the causes of decline - economic, social, and political - of the Zambian economy since 1974. It takes place at the time of the election of Frederick Chiluba, in October 1991. Examines the problems of economic development in Africa, and especially, of structural reform away from closed, statist systems of government. Also examines the problems of external debt and the reliance on commodity industries to produce foreign exchange.

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Location:
Size:
USD8 million revenues
Other setting(s):
1990-1991

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