Faced with rising commodity prices that have accompanied the war in Ukraine, international traders, most of whom are based on the shores of Lake ... Geneva, are urgently reorganising their supply chain, with a particular focus on Africa.
THE AFRICA REPORT N°119
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Okonjo-Iweala talks to The Africa Report about vaccine equality, industrial policy and the future of free trade on the continent and beyond.
The Africa Report’s exclusive ranking of the top corporates across the continent, focusing on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on economic prospects.
Thrust into the hot seat in March 2021, President Hassan has quietly nudged Tanzania onto the path of openness.
Has President Lourenço done enough to improve and open the economy before this year’s elections?
Nigeria: UN Secretary General warns terror threat requires proper investment in jobs, food, security
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has toured three West African countries, wrapping up his trip with a first-time visit to Nigeria where ... he said he would become the voice the country needs as it seeks funding to build back better after a decade-long insurgency that has crippled lives and livelihood in its northeast region.
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The total private wealth in Africa currently stands at $2.1trn. But according to the Africa Wealth Report 2022, this amount is expected to increase ... by 38% to $3trn in the next decade due to growth in the technological and professional services sectors.
The first round of negotiations between Kinshasa and the armed groups active in eastern DRC ended on 27 April in Nairobi. What should we learn ... from it? Does excluding one of the M23’s branches compromise its chances of success? Researcher Christoph Vogel answered our questions.