Balancing Investment and Development Assistance in Africa: Growth Prospects from Asia–Africa Connectivity
Anita Prakash ()
No PB-2018-01, Working Papers from Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
Africa’s young demography and developing economy require integration and expansion into the global value chains. Asia can share its growth experience with Africa. Africa can benefit from trade, investment, and development cooperation through a measured combination of investments and development assistance. The policy challenge facing the countries of Africa and their development partners is to balance official development assistance programmes with foreign direct investment initiatives, as physical, institutional, and human resource capacities must grow simultaneously
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