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Book/Monograph
2009
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

S o Tom and Pr ncipe is very open and highly depends on imports resulting in high indirect tax revenue. At the same time, the production and export base are very narrow, leaving the authorities with a small domestic tax base. For these reasons, the country compares unfavorably with neighboring economies and other island countries, in terms of domestic revenue in p...

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Journal article
2012
Cambridge University Press

S. W. D. K. Gandah, fils d'un chef influent, a été le témoin direct des conflits, des pressions et des transformations du régime colonial qui se sont joués sur le terrain dans le Nord du Ghana. Appartenant à la première génération d'instruits dans cette région, il a consacré ses œuvres littéraires et intellectuelles à ces origines tout au long de sa vie. Il est l'a...

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Journal article
2011
Taylor & Francis

The intense opposition to S.J.P. Kruger, in later years the Transvaal State President, during the late 1860s and early 1870s is largely unknown to most historians. In the course of the judicial inquiry that took place in 1872 into the allegations against him, important information on this well-known personality's character, points of view, extensive farming activit...

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Newsletter
Tue, 25 Jun 2019
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES (ISS)

Poverty propels most illegal miners into the industry, but ruthless criminal syndicates are equally responsible.

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2018
Taylor & Francis Group

This article uses the case of illegal street vending in Harare to explore the interface between urban governance and politics. Drawing on the ideas of urban governance and informal governance, it illustrates how polarisation between the opposition political party Movement for Democratic Change-dominated municipal council and the Zimbabwe African National Union Patr...

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