Item - AFRICA: PATHWAY TO GROWTH

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AFRICA: PATHWAY TO GROWTH

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46 mins
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Director: Frances Anne Hardin: USA, 1996.
Producer: Roland House for IMF
Language: English and Swahili.
Narrated by Mwambu Wanendeya
Documentary on economic growth in eastern Africa through privatisation of industries and education. Zambia, Tanzania and Uganda, following a path of economic reform, are working to improve the lives of their people. The IMF is providing technical assistance and financial support. Using visuals and interviews with IMF representatives, political leaders and business owners. In three segments we trace the growth and evolution of copper mining in Zambia, small independent companies in Tanzania, and the growing production of coffee in Uganda. It shows how government policy has encouraged privatization and investment from abroad, and the creation of markets, and new businesses.

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