Arguments For Government Intervention In Central Africa

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Introduction The Central African region (CAR) consists of such countries as Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon. The region gained its independence in the 1960s, Central African states have agreed to strengthen their cooperation at the regional level. Most countries within this region have fallen prey to political instability due to wars and humanitarian conflicts. Despite all the conflict, most of the countries have managed to grow in wealth for example, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea in oil wealth and DRC in mineral and agricultural wealth - hence their economies are growing significantly. Although the initial focus was on regional economic cooperation and trade, growing crises and conflicts in the region led to security issues becoming an important element in regional agreements and activities. The governments of the countries of the Central Region they have come up with policies aimed at reaching agreement on a set of guiding principles, systems and Programmes of Action with a view to ending crises and armed conflict, and ensuring durable peace, stability, security, democracy and development in the whole region. Central African Region’s sole priority would be to embark on solutions for peace and security, economic development and regional integration as well as humanitarian and social issues. Arguments for Government Intervention Regional Industrial Development: In the short and medium term, the governments
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