African Writers' Club

Africa and the Common Market. African Writers' Club

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    Okumu, Professor Washington (male), Dr Van der Lee (male), Fombia, Dennis (male), Rubin, Neville

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    Item notes: A discussion about the European common market and its relationship with its associated 18 African States and the issues surrounding such relationships. Contributor names transcribed phonetically from recording include: Dr Van der Lee (chair), Director for General Affairs of the Department for the Development of Overseas Territories of the common market commission (chair). Other speakers include: Mr Washington Okumu from Kenya, a senior research student in economics at Kings College, Cambridge; and Mr Dennis Fombia from Tanganyika, secretary of the committee of African organisation in London; and Neville Rubin, editor of The New African.

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