Mozambique is on the verge of sovereign default. The implosion of its public finances will make it harder for other countries to refinance their own debt.
Rwanda’s development model is all set for extensive foreign investment, but the country’s stock exchange struggles to attract capital.
Around 32% of medium-sized enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa receive a bank loan compared to over 50% elsewhere.
The fund will be focused on communications, logistics and travel infrastructure and could boost flagging growth.
Despite ongoing opposition, the government abruptly sold off the MSB. Many are angry at the sudden move.
“The growth momentum is there, the demand is there, our shareholders are calling us to do more in the private sector”
Assets under management are projected to grow by 9.6% a year, driven largely by an expansion of the mutual fund industry.
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