Global change and implications for urban development

There is no doubt that Central African national policies have strongly shaped urban economic progress. In most countries in the sub-region, political power and also investment in education, healthcare, industry, roads and other infrastructure are concentrated in the larger cities, especially the capitals. This creates unbalanced national development processes, as well as in the sub-region as a whole.

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