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2017: the new forces shaping African investment

2016 has been an eventful year globally. Political and economic change and, to some extent, uncertainty became part of the landscape in much of Europe and the US. Notably, Britain voted to leave the European Union in June, and in November, the US voted to elect a President with a more
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New ‘Aspiring Africa’ narrative fueled by technology growth

The ‘Africa Rising’ narrative is increasingly giving way to that of ‘Aspiring Africa’, as the Base of the Pyramid (BoP) shrinks and the new middle class burgeons. Central to this new narrative is inclusive growth: the idea that economic growth must come with equitable oppo
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2017: what lies in store for Africa’s key business sectors?

http://www.africanlawbusiness.com/news/6987-2017-what-lies-in-store-for-africas-key-sectors Laura MacLean and Michael Burgess of Holman Fenwick Willan assess what the future holds for lawyers and their commercial clients in Africa in the New Year. With Africa’s leading economies
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