Towards a Beneficial Role of Third World Governments in International Joint Ventures
G. S. Mnyele (The Institute of Finance Management, Dar es Salaam)
Download Article | Published On 01/07/1998


At least up to early 1990s most third world countries governments had been intensively participating in economic activities of their respective states. In many instances this has been in collaboration with Transitional corporations (TNCs).This article attempts to analyze the objectives that prompted the governments to enter into joint ventures with has been argued in the paper that such objectives were hardly achieved. The article ends up by proposing the new role of the governments in the current era of liberalization and globalization.

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