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Resilience and recovery: Africa’s complex pandemic recovery will be shaped by how its governments respond to innovation in healthcare, mounting debt pressures, and regional insecurity against the geopolitical backdrop of a recalibration of relations with the rest of the world

This recovery is also occurring against the geopolitical backdrop of a recalibration of Africa’s relationship with the rest of the world

Leading global specialist risk consultancy, Control Risks (www.ControlRisks.com), and Oxford Economics Africa, announced the launch of the sixth edition of their Africa Risk-Reward Index today. The Africa Risk-Reward Index is an authoritative guide for policymakers, business leaders and investors.  The report monitors developments in the investment landscape in major African…

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New players to even out Africa’s investment battlefield in 2020

The continent’s traditional development partners – the EU, China and the US – are facing increasing competition on the ground from new players, such as Russia, the Gulf states and Turkey

African markets will become increasingly attractive in 2020 at a time when wider global trends are more set against the interests of international businesses than they have been for many years. Fractious geopolitics in a US election year, a rising tide of global activism and a new level of cyber…

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US-China rivalry in Africa set to sharpen in 2019

China will continue to broaden its engagement across the continent, with particular focus on East Africa

Early signs suggest that the US-China rivalry will find its way to the African continent in 2019. While the US is multiplying warnings about the perils of Chinese debt-fuelled spending for economic stability, China will continue to broaden its engagement across the continent, with particular focus on East Africa. This…