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Eripoblikan
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Analysis - Could potash bring Eritrea in from the cold?

Post by Eripoblikan » 17 Jan 2022, 16:08

The Colluli potash mine could be an economic game changer for Eritrea but the country is unlikely to undergo an economic transformation as long as Afwerki is in power. He is one of the world's most brutal and paranoid dictators and has repressed the population for many decades. Sadly, Eritrea looks set to remain a failed state as long as he is in office.


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https://www.investmentmonitor.ai/analys ... t-dictator

Fiyameta
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Re: Analysis - Could potash bring Eritrea in from the cold?

Post by Fiyameta » 17 Jan 2022, 16:39

Analyze this, inferior agame boy! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:







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Re: Analysis - Could potash bring Eritrea in from the cold?

Post by Dawi » 17 Jan 2022, 17:10

Eripoblikan wrote:
17 Jan 2022, 16:08
The Colluli potash mine could be an economic game changer for Eritrea but the country is unlikely to undergo an economic transformation as long as Afwerki is in power. He is one of the world's most brutal and paranoid dictators and has repressed the population for many decades. Sadly, Eritrea looks set to remain a failed state as long as he is in office.


Read full story below:
https://www.investmentmonitor.ai/analys ... t-dictator
The article concluded:

[[...The Colluli potash mine could be an economic game changer for Eritrea but the country is unlikely to undergo an economic transformation as long as Afwerki is in power....]]

After declaring PFDJ created "an economic game changer" under Afewerki leadership loudly, it came back chiding it by pronouncing "unlikely to undergo an economic transformation".

Why not? When corruption is the least of their problems?


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