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Globalization and urban centres in Africa
The paper explores the implications of globalization processes for urban Sub-Saharan Africa.
It argues that urban settlements and their inhabitants are generally unable to defend themselves against the adverse impacts of globalization or to realize its potential benefits, due to Africa’s economic and political marginalization and its aid dependence.
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