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EUROPEAN UNION AND CHALLENGES OF AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL, 1999-2010

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page —————————————————————————i
Certification ————————————————————————-ii
Dedication ————————————————————————–iii
Acknowledgement —————————————————————–iv
Table of Contents —————————————————————— v
List of Tables and Diagrams —————————————————–vii
List of Abbreviations —————————————————————ix
Abstract ——————————————————————————-x
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background to the Study —————————————————-1
1.2 Statement of the Problem —————————————————-3
1.3 Objectives of the Study ——————————————————-5
1.4 Significance of the Study —————————————————–5
1.5 Literature Review—————————————————————6
1.6 Theoretical Framework——————————————————-21
1.7 Hypotheses ——————————————————————–24
1.8 Methods of Data Collection and Analysis———————————24
CHAPTER TWO: THE EVOLUTION OF EU AND EU-AFRICAN RELATIONS
2.1 History and Development of European Union—————————26
2.2 Organs and Institutions of European Union—————————–42
2.3 History and Development of European Union-African Relations——44
CHAPTER THREE: EU STRATEGY AND TRADE INVESTMENT IN AFRICA
3.1 EU Trade Policy Towards ACP Countries———————————54
3.2 EU Trade in Goods and Services in Africa——————————–58
CHAPTER FOUR: THE EU AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN
AFRICA
4.1 Rational for Foreign Direct Investment ———————————–68
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4.2 Why FDI is Important to Africa——————————————–70
4.3 Initiatives taken by African countries to attract FDI——————–72
4.4 Incidence of FDI Inflow from EU into Africa —————————–75
CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
5.1 Summary and Conclusion ————————————————86
Bibliography ——

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