The Enterprising Outsider of Rural Tanzania

Foreign businessmen often have little knowledge of Africa. The resulting conflicts and misunderstandings color mutual perceptions of locals and foreign residents. The experience of a Chinese trader shows the importance of greater communication.

The Enterprising Outsider of Rural Tanzania
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