APPER

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APPERAfrican Priority Program for Economic Recovery
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In fact, there have been similar initiatives in the past such as the Pan African Movement (1980), and the Lagos Plan of Action for Economic Development of Africa (1980-2000), (59) Africa's Programme for Economic Recovery (APPER, 1986-1990), The African Alternative Framework to Structural Adjustment Programme for Socio-Economic Recovery and Transformation (AAF-SAP, 1989), a Three Year Priority Programme for Survival, Rehabilitation of African Economies (1986-1989), The African Charter for Popular Participation for Development (1990) and the Compact for Africa's Recovery (2000).
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The final part of this series, "Putting Constructive Thinking At Risk," will apper in the November issue.
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Although it is true that multiple processor systems are not exactly parallel processors, it would apper that the logarithmic relationship may be quite a good approximation for the current state of the art.
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