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December 17, 2009

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Lorraine-m-thompson

Great post! I am looking forward to reading your entry on the relationship to economic governance and policy.

I am sure that Mr. Masangu would be delighted to read your post. I have to wonder though, how is it that he has managed to stay at the helm of the DRC's Central Bank for so long (since 1997) and through so many catastrophes?

By the way, any chance you have read (and are willing to comment) on Mr. Masangu's new book "Pourquoi je crois au progrès de l'Afrique – Le credo d’un banquier africain"? I hope so.

Peace,
Lorraine

Johnny Pez

It would be unfair not to mention what may well be the DRC's most insignificant export: dogs.

http://www.basenjicompanions.org/articles/lukuru.html.

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