Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Ethiopia: Wise to Invest in Ethiopia, Says Premier Hailemariam

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has urged Japanese companies to invest in Ethiopia and benefit from the abundant options and incentives put in place in the country. The Premier held talks on Tuesday with a Japanese...

SINGAPORE’S INVESTMENTS IN AFRICA HIT US$16 BILLION

Investments by Singaporean businesses into Africa have reached 16 billion US dollars. Singapore’s bilateral trade with Africa has grown at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 12 per cent over the past five years,...
Leaders Summit

Africa: U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit – Changes Now and to Come

ANALYSIS  By Scott Firsing Now that the sixth BRICS Summit and the FIFA World Cup are over, the focus moves from Brazil and the emerging powers to the United States of America. The first ever...

Angola: U.S. Business People Invited to Invest in Transport Sector in Angola

Chicago — The Transports Minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, invited on Friday in Chicago (USA), the American business people to invest in the sectors of railway transports, heavy logistics (macrologistics) and in the field...
Salt Refinery

Namibia: Nigerians Plan a Salt Refinery Near Henties

By Eveline De Klerk  Swakopmund — Nigerian investors aim to set up a salt refinery close to Henties Bay in the Erongo Region.  This is according to the Governor of the Erongo Region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, who...
Investing

Investing in Africa becomes attractive

As Africa's economies gain momentum, democratic governments take hold and the continent's young population grows wealthier, investing there is becoming both easier and more attractive to international investors. That narrative is one President Obama promotes...
GE

GE Says It Will Invest $2 Billion in Africa by 2018

Projects Include Gas Turbines, Rail Investment, in Company's 'Most Promising Growth Region' General Electric Co said Monday that it would invest $2 billion in Africa by 2018, calling the continent its "most promising growth...

Fund manager explains why he is investing in Zimbabwe

People often ask: ‘Don’t you know what is going on there?’ when they see 20% of the Allan Gray Africa ex-South Africa Equity Fund is invested in Zimbabwean equities. The reason they ask this...

Colcom Enters Angolan Market

FOOD processor Colcom Holdings has entered the Angolan market as it seeks to boost its capacity utilisation to 100 percent, from the current 55 percent. The company expects the Angolan venture to also increase...
Futuregrowth

Egypt: World Bank Gives Egypt U.S.$500 Million Gas Loan

  Cairo — The World Bank has agreed to give Egypt a $500 million loan to provide 1.5 million houses in 11 governorates with natural gas lines. "The Egypt Household Natural Gas Connection Project will support...