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Africa Begins to Rise Above Aid

AidLoadedBy Miriam Gathigah

NAIROBI, Kenya, January 11, 2012 (IPS) - An increasing number of African countries are beginning to step away from aid dependency, as the domestic private sector becomes the engine of growth across much of Africa.

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Invest in Africa and its Capital Markets

obiageliezekwesiliLONDON, December 02, 2011, (The Citizen) - The World Bank's vice president for Africa, Obiageli Ezekwesili, has called on potential investors worldwide to invest in Africa and its budding capital markets.

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Russia Rediscovers Africa

stevenBy Tai Adelaja

MOSCOW, Sept 25, 2011 (Russia Profile) - Russia's Renaissance Group has announced elaborate investment plans in Africa, which could help the company to strengthen its foothold across the continent and impact its potential for economic renaissance.

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Where to Invest in the Next Five Years

By Ernst & Young

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, June 8, 2011 (Ernst&Young) — Ernst & Young's 2011 Africa attractiveness survey identified 17 African countries that will offer attractive Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) opportunities in the next five years.

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Investment: Free Trade Could Boost Trade

By Stephen Timm

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, June 7, 2011 (BuaNews) — A grand free trade agreement among African states - under discussion next weekend -could boost intra-continental trade and investment.

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Policy Reforms Boost Regional Trade and Investment

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PRETORIA, South Africa, May 28, 2011 (SAIIA/Buziness Africa) — New World Bank research shows that a combination of policy  barriers are hampering regional trade in both goods and services among Southern African countries, and calls for a new generation of policy reforms to realize "Factory Southern Africa" for securing economic growth, creating jobs, reducing skills gaps and promoting keener competitiveness.

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