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Tourism

Weak Euro Threatens Africa's Tourism Industry

Weak Euro Threatens Africa's Tourism IndustryBy Staff Writer

LESOTHO, June 20, (AfrolNews) -The weak euro and pound make travels to Africa more expensive for Europeans. But the few African countries able to offer all-inclusive packages, like Egypt, tend to become the winners of the 2010 season.

Sunday, 20 June 2010 12:32
 
Interviews

Summit: Crafting New Ways Of Business Partnership

Summit: Crafting New Ways Of Business Partnership (Fradkov)MOSCOW, June 14, (Buziness Africa) - Ahead of the first Russian-African interparliamentary summit scheduled from June 14–16 in Moscow, the deputy chairman of Vnesheconombank and also the deputy chairman of the African Coordinating Committee for Economic Cooperation with African Countries (AfroCom), Mr Peter Fradkov, shares his views about the current Russian-African relations and expectations from the two-day interactive summit with Our Regional Bureau Correspondent, Kester Kenn Klomegah, in Moscow.

 

Monday, 14 June 2010 12:15
 
Diplomacy

Obama Administration Committed to AGOA Partnership With Continent

obamaBy Charles W. Corey

WASHINGTON, June 9, (State Dept) - The Obama administration is very much committed to a strong partnership with Africa, and the ninth annual U.S.-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum -- better known as the AGOA Forum -- in August is part of that commitment, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson told African diplomats May 26.

Wednesday, 09 June 2010 09:55
 
Investment

Changing Economy Opens Door Wider For Africa Investors

bricphoto***By Simon Freemantle

NAIROBI, June 6, (Business Daily) - Since the turn of the century, several irreversible shifts have taken place in the global economy. One such adjustment, which has been accelerated by the recent global financial meltdown, is the rise to prominence of the south.

Sunday, 06 June 2010 10:04
 
Industry

World Bank to Provide U.S.$200 Million for Renewable Energy Project

By Oscarline Onwuemenyi

NIGERIA, June 3 (Vanguard) — The World Bank has said it is committing over $200 million towards the implementation of renewable energy projects in Nigeria towards enhancing access and rural electrification as part of its commitment to the nation's power sector.

Thursday, 03 June 2010 10:02
 
News

Uganda to Get $2 Billion from World Bank

By David Mugabe
KAMPALA, Uganda, (June 1)
— The World Bank, through the International Development Association (IDA), will commit $1.97b to support the recently launched National Development Plan (NDP) for the next five years.

Tuesday, 01 June 2010 09:39
 


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