African nations face a number of structural obstacles such as poor connection and access to internet. Due to the high rate and growth of technology, there is a need for every nation to have full access to internet to share ideas related to technological innovation and evaluating and monitoring various business growths (Shallcross, 2010). Moreover the high rate of illiteracy level in some African nations gives an obstruction of developing an efficient and affordable marketing strategy.
The issue related to shortage of internet access in Africa should be developed through improvement of education to the potential generation. The improvement of technology would help to improve the marketing firms through adverts (Shallcross, 2010). The rate of reasoning among the nations would be improved. Therefore, there is a need for the funders to provide long term support and adequate provision of advices to foster the thinking of promoting economy of their countries.
The African nations should recognize their potential and ensure that they engage in solving their own problems before seeking help from their super powers (Shallcross, 2010). The government should ensure that every child has full access to education, health and other basic needs. With the trial, their super powers would find it easy to give them support for further boosting of national economy.
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