Fundamental Legal, Economic and Political Obstacles to Regional Integration in Africa: which way forward? (III)

Furthermore, excessive dependence of African economics on imported manufactured products from developed countries works against the viability and strength of sub-regional economic cooperation groupings, even when comparable products are available within a sub-regional preferential arrangement.

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