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Sudan’s Industrialisation after Independence: A Case of Africa’s Crisis of Industrialisation

  • Karl Wohlmuth
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Abstract

Is the Sudan a special case? The Sudan is the largest country in Africa with an area of about 2.5 million square kilometres. The population is approximately 21.3 million (mid-1984) with an annual growth rate of about 2.9 per cent. It is classified as a Least Developed Country with a per capita income of 360 US dollars in 1984 (World Bank 1986, Table 1).

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Foreign Exchange State Class Industrial Policy Foreign Capital International Labour Organisation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Karl Wohlmuth
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  1. 1.University of BremenGermany

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