Emile Kanengele was given urgent instructions to negotiate the sale of mining assets, railway companies and cashcrop
plantations and somehow raise $500m.
Then we fly to Argentina for a week of tours of cattle, soybean and cashcrop
ranches in Argentina's Pampas region, the export port of Rosario and end up in Buenos Aires for a visit to Liniers Stockyards plus a city tour and tango dinner.
Despite some expansion and improvements of specific yields in specific regions in the country, applicable research recommendations were directed to few cashcrops
(sisal, cotton and tea).
She cites two main reasons for global poverty - climate change, which makes it difficult for farmers to maintain crops, and the increase in cashcrops
around the world.
In settler areas such as Kenya and Rhodesia, the colonial government also prevented Africans from growing cashcrops
so that their labour would be available directly for the whites.
Unlike in Kinshasa, businesses are permitted to make transactions in hard currencies, the only constraint being that taxes derived from the export of cashcrops
or minerals must similarly be paid in hard currency.