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by Bruce Laidlaw,Mark Brand,Mohammad A. Mustafa

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sub-Saharan Africa where a marked asymmetry is present between land. that causation may run in both directions. sub-Saharan Africa over a relatively short time span is. also partly due to affordable handsets and competitive. line penetration and mobile telecommunications expansion. Since a seminal paper by Hardy (1980) investigated. growth, a growing number of studies have attempted. to identify telecommunications as an essential com-. ponent of the economic infrastructure, fostering. productivity and economic growth. cellular telecommunications markets by the emer

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Women and agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa refers to the agricultural system in Sub-Saharan Africa that is predominantly small-scale farming system with more than 50% of the agricultural activity performed by women.

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World bank discussion paper no. 430 [1. Mohammad A. Mustafa, Bruce Laidlaw, and Mark Brand No. 354 Saving across the World: Puzzles and Policies. Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel and Luis Serven No. 355 Agriculture and German Reunification. 2 Although the telecommunications law provided for the Fund to close in four years (in 1998), its duration was extended by provisions in the budget laws of 1999 and 2000 as needed to complete a task that proved larger than initially assessed. The objective of the Fund was to provide payphones in rural and low-income urban areas with low income and low telephone density.

World Bank discussion paper, 0259-210X ; no. 353. Bibliographic references. Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-73).

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