This year’s African Economic Outlook examines recent macroeconomic developments and the outlook in Africa, focusing on the implications of external imbalances for growth and the financial and monetary challenges of integration
Investments in Renewable Energy sources in Africa over the past developing years are viewed with expanding enthusiasm as an effective means toward energy independence and as well stimulate economic growth.
In initial months of 2018, all fifty-four member states of the African Union (AU) signed an agreement for a Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) in order to make Africa the world’s biggest common market.
If you're looking to get up to speed on the most recent investment and development opportunities in fields such as, Energy, Infrastructure/Construction, Investment, Finance, Economy related, Information Technology, Healthcare, Automation, Agribusiness etc on the African Continent.
Finding a business opportunity to invest in Africa is not complicated, here under is a list and best practices to find your new investment opportunity relying on the services provided by your national embassy.
Sonia Galat is the CEO of Africa Business Venture. Through this blog, she is describing how her desire to learn more about her African culture led her to the creation of an online platform to support trade development in Africa.
With a host of expanding economies and ongoing development projects in Africa, investing in this continent is a tempting idea and it is more enticing if your business is doing pretty well in your local or regional market.
Yesterday we hosted one of our hugely successful monthly webinars and this month’s topic is about “Starting as an independent Power Producer in Cote d’Ivoire”.
Providing electricity to remote villages is one of the key objectives of the Government of Cote d’Ivoire using renewable energy to create mini-grids. One of the latest projects is the 7-solar hybrid mini-grid in the Zazan region.