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Title:Nationalisation and Indigenisation in Africa
Author:Rood, Leslie L.
Year:1976
Periodical:Journal of Modern African Studies
Volume:14
Issue:3
Period:September
Pages:27-47
Language:English
Geographic terms:Subsaharan Africa
Africa
Subjects:business
Africanization
nationalization
Politics and Government
Economics and Trade
Ethnic and Race Relations
Link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/159743
Abstract:This article reviews the facts of the take overs by black African states of many enterprises considers the changing international law of nationalisation, and looks into the future of this confrontation between Africans and foreigners. Sections: The causes - The acts (extractive industry; services; manufacturing, indigenisation; compensation); - The law (development of the law of nationalisation; compensation; indigenisation) - The future. Ref., table: Takings of foreign investments in Black Africa, 1960-75 (Four leading states: Nigeria, Zaire, Ghana, Kenya - States which have nationalised minerals but done little else: Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Togo - Socialist states; Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Somalia, Congo, Benin, Malagasy Republic, Guinea, Mali - States which have taken minor or no action: Ivory Coast, Liberia, Gabon, Cameroun, C.A.R., Malawi, Niger, Upper Volta, Chad, Burundi, Rwanda, Gambia.
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