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Dubai, a global trade and business hub, is looking to boost its role as a gateway to trade and investment opportunities in Africa.
The notion of a free trade area spanning across a large part of Africa sounds wonderful in theory, but how will it play out in reality?
Ramón Cruz provides practical examples of road transport initiatives that have positively tackled transport issues in Africa.
Africa’s infrastructure developments continues to be dominated by projects that facilitate the pit to port transportation of resources.
African governments are increasingly talking with multinationals about ways to improve their countries’ business environment.
Charles Brewer, managing director for DHL sub-Saharan Africa, highlights three trends seen in Africa’s trade in recent years.
Charles Brewer, managing director of DHL Express for sub-Saharan Africa, answers our questions.
EarthWise Ferries is restoring water transportation services in Uganda.
Why trade liberalisation should not be seen in isolation.
General Motors has recently consolidated its African divisions into one Africa unit. How we made it in Africa finds out why.
In October, we joined a 50-year-old driver from Burkina Faso, on a 750 kilometre journey to highlight the high economic costs faced by landlocked countries.
How we made it in Africa looks at how fastjet manages to charge its relatively cheap fares.
Burundi has increased its exports within the East African region by about 15% since joining the bloc in 2007.
New African low-cost airline fastjet could soon enter the South African market, possibly before Christmas.
Trade between Africa and China are at all time highs, but the terms are mostly dictated by China.