Jay Ireland, ceo of GE Africa, reaffirms the company’s commitment to continue investing in Africa, despite difficult market conditions.
Hosting the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nation will advance Cameroon’s development agenda, says sports minister Pierre Ismael Bidoung Mkpatt.
Investors are cautious, but Africa’s plentiful oil and gas resources remain an attractive prospect.
Angola’s capital Luanda has been developing, just like the nation itself, into one of the most intriguing places in Africa.
A brief outline of Angola’s history.
The Economic Partnership Agreement is designed to give African countries expanded access to the EU market while gradually opening African markets to EU products.
Financial Stability Being Pursued Through Next Stage Developments
Left to rust in open fields and disused barracks, Angola’s stock of decommissioned weapons stand as a stark reminder of the bloody civil war that gripped the country for 27 years.
Weakening demand for commodities and a record low oil price could threaten growth, requiring economic diversification.
Despite falling oil prices, Cameroon is scaling up production and expanding its refinery capacity.