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A handful of important trade agreements, allowing investors preferential access to industrialized
Many African Governments are becoming increasingly aware of the pivotal role investment climate plays in the global competition for investment, and as a result, are beginning to focus more on areas such as open trade,more transparent laws, privatizations and other investment schemes,and fiscal incentives. The recent push to jumpstart FDI in the region through NEPAD (the New Partnership for
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former Nigerian finance minister in Nigeria and a current director of the World Bank, gave a speech at TEDGlobal 2007. In her talk, Okonjo-Iweala notes that typical discussions about Africa focus on the negative: malaria, AIDS, poverty, civil war. But Africa is also a fertile potential source of investment opportunities. She argues that aid needs to be directed toward building up African-based businesses and an infrastructure that supports those businesses.
For many years, doing business in Africa was once perceived as a difficult and complex undertaking.
Africa is tipped to become the world's next investment hotspot. Be ahead of the game and get advice now. Where should you be? Which are the best investment opportunities? What are the pitfalls? How can you get reliable information?
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Africa is without doubt the most exciting and most enchanting continent in which to do business.
These are the kinds of question we can answer for you, ensuring you get the most from your investment into Africa.
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