Money and Finance in Africa: The Experience of Ghana, Morocco, Nigeria, the Rhodesias and Nyasaland, the Sudan and Tunisia from the Establishment of Their Central Banks Until 1962

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This reissue, first published in 1964, describes the contemporary problems faced and solutions found by the monetary and financial authorities of six African countries: Ghana, Morocco, Nigeria, the Rhodesias, the Sudan and Tunisia, from the establishment of their central banks until 1962.This study explores the special economic and social factors of these African countries and places emphasis upon the atmosphere of rapid change, growth and development. The author indicates common denominators, whilst making due allowance for the character of each individual country.