Mobiles made in Africa?

Steinbock, Dan
July 2005
African Business;Jul2005, Issue 311, p30
Reports on the potential of the market for mobiles in Africa. Technological innovations of the mobile industry worldwide; Factors that contributed to the growth of the industry in the continent; Challenge faced by African mobile businesses.


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