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The 2014 MasterCard African Cities Growth Index ranks 74 cities in terms of their potential for inclusive growth.
Sub-Saharan Africa has seen a 4.7% increase in foreign direct investment in 2013.
The countries of North Africa trade and invest less in each other’s economies than any other region in the world.
Fibre-optic internet cables could leap-frog Africa into the future.
Despite their geographical proximity, the countries of North Africa vary greatly. While some nations are still dealing with the effects of the Arab Spring, it is business as usual in others.
Euromonitor’s household income data suggests African countries where Porsche may do good business.
It is vital that shale gas production be accompanied by good environmental planning and management.
Wealth-X and UBS census describes the profiles of Africa’s dollar-billionaires.
North African countries offer business opportunities in a range of industries.
African countries need to increase spending on research in order to grow innovation.
South Africa, Nigeria and Egypt are not the only countries with strong economic growth.
A look at the beauty market opportunities in North Africa’s Egypt, Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
North Africa specialist Francois Conradie looks at the region’s most important business and politics stories for the month of January 2011.
Images of people rioting in the streets don’t reflect well upon a country’s image abroad. This is especially the case for countries that are popular tourist destinations.
North Africa specialist Francois Conradie looks at the region’s most important business and politics stories for the month of December 2010.