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References in periodicals archive ?
(1) Africa Policy Information Center, "Nigeria Country Profile" (Background Paper, April 26, 1997); "Nigeria," World Fact Book 1997 (Washington: Central Intelligence Agency, 1997).
(2) Africa Policy Information Center, "Africa: Economic Report 1, 1998," August 5, 1998.
(5) Africa Policy Information Center (APIC), "Africa: Aid Still Going Down," in Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, NewsRelease, Paris, June 18, 1998.
As William Minter of the Africa Policy Information Center has observed, US policy on Africa has been shaped by "free-market fundamentalism." Despite new moves to cancel debt, the "leave it to the market" framework imposed on African countries blocks rather than promotes growth that could undergird a more peaceful continent.
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