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Africa: 'Boom Time in Africa' Says Private Equity Leader At Franco-African Foundation Launch

By Daniel Finnan

PARIS, France, July 17, 2014 (rFi) -- Entrepreneurs and financiers gathered in Paris on Tuesday for the launch of the Franco-African Foundation for Growth. The initiative aims to re-energise links between private sector African and French businesses.

Read more... Thursday, 17 July 2014 08:41
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Nigeria: 'Investment Forum Will Unlock Our Economic Potentials'


BAYELSA STATE, Nigeria, JULY 12, 2014 (This Day) --- As Bayelsa State holds it's first Investment Summit next week, the state's Commissioner for Trade and Investment, Mr. Kamela Okara, in this interview with Festus Akanbi said the dialogue with private sector operators will unlock the state's economic potentials.

Read more... Saturday, 12 July 2014 08:38
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Why Poland Is Looking to Invest More in Rwanda


KIGALI, Rwanda, July 02, 2014 (The New Times) -- Francine Umutesi, the international relations executive for the Poland-Africa Business Partnership and Cooperation at the Central Poland Chamber of Commerce told The New Times' Peterson Tumwebaze how the new Polish business initiative, "Go Africa programme" could boost Rwanda's foreign direct investments and spur economic growth. Umutesi is also the president of Rwandan Diaspora in Poland.

Read more... Wednesday, 02 July 2014 11:17
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Hungary Strengthens Cooperation with African Countries

k_mPRETORIA, South Africa, March 30, 2014 (Buziness Africa) -- Many global players as well as small countries are rushing to do business and invest in Africa. As these efforts have intensified with African countries and the situation also presents opportunities for Africa because corporate business and investment are now leading to increased investment, aid and trade offer more competition and greater choices for African countries.

Read more... Sunday, 30 March 2014 20:12
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Africa: Stolen Funds Dwarf Development Aid - Mbeki

WASHINGTON, March 23, 2014, (AllAfrica) -- The illicit flow of money out of Africa is at least double what the continent receives from development assistance, according to conservative estimates. Large corporations are responsible for most of the losses, although government theft does play some role, according to Thabo Mbeki, the former South Africa president who is heading the High-level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa, created by the UN Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union. Money leaves Africa through tax evasion, money laundering, cross-border smuggling and corruption.

Read more... Sunday, 23 March 2014 11:10
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