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James Beighle

One cannot dispute that management knowledge and skills are necessary for successful business in Africa, or anywhere for that matter. However, let's not speak of Africa as a homogeneous entity where blanket statements can be made. For example, the economies of Morocco, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, and South Africa are amazingly diverse from one another. Each has its own unique needs and challenges, and each finds itself at different points on the spectrum of economic development.

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