Trombinoscope (UK)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 08:07

(Togo First) - Samuel MATHEY is a Togolese economist who strongly believes that Africa's salvation lies in entrepreneurship, which is possible even without a dime. An unfortunate candidate for the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics, he popularized this view through the African Foundation for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (AFEED). The structure, which he presides, trains and regroups entrepreneurs in African countries, to create African multinationals, among others.

With various degrees, including a Ph.D. in economics from the United States, he teaches in France, the United States, and Africa. MATHEY is also an international consultant and economic advisor to several political figures.

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