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Merchant Capital and Economic Decolonization: The United Africa Company, 1929-1987


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The United Africa Company, formed in 1929, was the largest single commercial organization in West and Equatorial Africa. This is a comprehensive account of its history, based on unrestricted access to confidential Comapany archives. Not a commissioned history, the book instead uses the UAC as a focal point for detailed study of how the role of foreign merchant capital changed in response to economic and political developments in the region during this crucial half century.

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Manufacturer:Clarendon Press
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EAN:9780198226253
Item Weight:3.03 pounds
Item Size:2.21 x 9.5 x 9.5 inches
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