Because the early Nineteen Eighties, the realm financial institution, subsidized through relief donor nations, has been concerned with a decided attempt to stimulate capitalist development in Africa through prescribing a collection of orthodox, neoliberal monetary policies. Using Ghana as a case learn, this publication considers why this can be the case.
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