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Who says Africans lack business acumen?
(Actually, such methods of empowerment are quite common, throughout Africa. And many Africans are rightfully proud of being able to manage by themselves. When will people from OECD “nations” get this?)
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Radio Open Source on "China vs. India"
Sounds like a bet on the outcome of Sid Meier's Civilization. But why should it be a race?
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