Country Accounts for 20% of India's Trade in Africa - Envoy
Mr Abhay Thakur, the High Commissioner of India to Nigeria, has said that Nigeria alone accounted for 20 per cent of India's trade in Africa for the year 2018. Read more »
SA-Tanzania Urged to Expand Trade and Investment
Tanzania and South Africa should continue to work together by expanding trade and investment for the mutual benefit of citizens of both countries, says President Cyril Ramaphosa. Read more »
China's Investment in Nigeria's Oil Sector Hits $16bn
China has invested up to $16 billion in Nigeria's oil industry, mostly upstream, over the last 14 years through its state oil firm, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation… Read more »
Investing in Human Capital Is Key to National Devt - - President
PPresident Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that from September this academic year all Senior High School (SHS) students in the country, beginning from form one, two and… Read more »
Stock Prices' Free Fall Widens Investment Opportunities
The Nigerian equity market is offering long-term investors opportunities to invest as most of the stock prices have declined significantly below their opening values, THISDAY's… Read more »
U.S.$260,7 Million Housing Investment Takes Off
The Ongos Valley N$4,3 billion housing project that plans to build more than 4 000 affordable houses within five years, was officially launched in Windhoek yesterday. Read more »
'Investors Are Part of Economic Reforms'
Foreign and local investors are a critical element in the ongoing economic reforms to ensure their success, economic expert Professor Ashok Chakravati has said. Read more »
Argentinian Disaster Has Lessons for SA Investors [analysis]
Monday's collapse in the value of the Argentinian peso and crash of that country's stock market should alert SA investors to the dangers of keeping all your eggs in one basket. Read more »
Global Uncertainty Places Bond Investors in a Binary Bind [analysis]
With more than $15-trillion of bonds now offering negative yields and US Treasuries now well below 2% and possibly heading for zero, bond market investors are facing tricky times.… Read more »
Positioning Nigeria for AfCFTA Through Efficient Quality Infrastructure
Now that Nigeria has ratified the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), the next line of action is to map out strategies on how the country can benefit maximally from… Read more »
Big Boost for Cocoa Sector ... As World Bank Invests U.S.$300 Million in Industry
The World Bank is set to invest $300 million in Ghana's cocoa industry to shore up production of the crop over the next five years, a Senior World Bank Agricultural Economist, Amos… Read more »
Govt Promotes Renewable Energy Investment
Government is considering a number of incentives to attract investment in renewable energy as part of efforts to ease power challenges that the country is facing, a Cabinet… Read more »
'Investment in Infrastructure Key to Unlocking Africa's Digital Economy'
Zimbabwe is working hard to bridge the rural-urban gap as regards access to internet, Information Communication Technology Minister Kazembe Kazembe said last week. Read more »
Trade Mission Highlights Zambia's Strategic Importance
The Department of Trade and Industry's (dti) trade and investment mission to Zambia is an indication of the landlocked country's strategic importance to South Africa. Read more »
Call to Invest in Fortified Food
Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Deputy Minister Vangelis Haritatos has implored food processors and key stakeholders in the agricultural sector to invest… Read more »
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