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The 2014 MasterCard African Cities Growth Index ranks 74 cities in terms of their potential for inclusive growth.
The African Retail Development Index highlights markets that hold potential for growth in retail.
“We can help local companies compete and be as good as the multinationals coming to Africa.”
Gabon is not known as one of the easiest business environments, but recent investments show that multinational companies are finding opportunities in the country of less than two million people.
Is Africa only looking attractive because many other parts of the world are doing so poorly?
French retailer Carrefour recently announced that it will enter eight countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
Ranveer Chauhan, managing director and global head of palm at agribusiness company Olam, looks at the case for sustainable palm oil production in Africa.
Africa’s fast growing cities present a major opportunity for the continent’s agricultural sector, says Amine Tazi-Riffi, a senior partner at McKinsey & Company.
American actor Robert De Niro says that the central African country of Gabon has good potential as a tourism destination and that there might be an opportunity for a resort development.
An Indian company has chosen to invest in a fertiliser manufacturing plant in the central African country of Gabon.
Global agriculture company Olam International recently announced two significant investments in Gabon – a fertiliser complex and a oil palm plantation.
Gabon has signed four major agreements with multinational companies from India and Singapore.