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Should America interfere in African economy and it's development?

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Started: 2/13/2018 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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I argue that America shouldn't interfere on African economy and its development. As much damage America has committed in the African soil, i doubt if Africans still need a support from the US.


America should not interfere with the African economy and it's development because their economy is very low and America does not need to damage it even more.
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Posted by zantsi 3 years ago
I don't think America should interfere in African Economy. Reason of saying that, there are many conflicts that took place in African continent since America took a job to be Africa's peacekeeper. Whatever they do they expect something huge in return. Either it can be Oil or industrials. I do not support America is African Continent
Posted by DontArgueWithMe3333 3 years ago
I think that we should so that Africa can develop into a nation that is wealthier and more educated.
Posted by Minddagger 3 years ago
we cant if we wanted to, china is in charge if taking care of everything over there economic-wise
Posted by CM_Punk 3 years ago
We shouldn't. We have our own economy to worry about.
Posted by Truth-Over-Emotion 3 years ago
Doesn't matter now anyway. China is leading the economic support over there.
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