Taking Stock of Africa's Markets and Investments

With its huge economic potential, Africa is regarded by many as the last great untapped market. However, these prospects will only be realised if the continent's governments make it easier to invest in business. The latest issue of Africa in Fact looks at markets and investment, covering topics such as struggling stock exchanges in Angola, Kenya, Libya, Morocco and Rwanda; alternative funding and diaspora bonds; and constraints on investment in mining.



  • Libya:   Stock Market After Qaddafi

    Africa In Fact, 1 October 2015

    Like so much else in Libya, Tripoli's fledgling stock exchange came to a standstill after the country plunged into civil war in the summer of 2014. Read more »

An aerial view shows the Nairobi city center in Kenya.