Category archives for: Investing

Nigeria Could be a Key Brexit Ally

February 23, 2018//-Britain voted to exit the European Union in 2017, a decision that has now famously been termed “Brexit.”

Kenya’s Economy Gets A Significant Boost

February 23,2018//-The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is keeping the precautionary credit facility granted to Kenya in 2016, as against earlier reports of the withdrawal.

PFMA to Tame Excess Borrowing

Accra, February 23, 2018//-Some Economists have told Citi Business News they expect the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA) to restrict government’s future borrowing to specific needs.

Could 2018 be the Year of Regional Integration?

February 23, 2018//-The African Union has launched the long-awaited “Single African Sky” initiative, aimed at opening up the continent’s fragmented airspace.

AfDB Urges America to Support African Agriculture as a Business

Arlington, United States of America, February 22, 2018// — The President of the African Development Bank, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina has made a strong case for increased American and global investments to help unlock Africa’s agriculture potential.

South Africa To Raise VAT For First Time In More Than 20 Years

February 21, 2018//-South Africa will increase value added tax (VAT) for the first time in over two decades, the Treasury said on Wednesday.

Africa  Sees Political Turnover Amid Stabilizing Economic Backdrop

February 21,2018//-Sub-Saharan Africa’s (SSA) economic recovery is expected to have remained on firm footing in the final half of 2017, as the region recovers from stunted activity in 2016, according to the March 2018 estimate compiled by FocusEconomics FocusEconomics, a leading provider of economic analysis and forecasts for 127 countries  in Africa, Asia, Europe and […]

John Mahama, Others to Discuss Unlocking Africa’s Economic Potential at Commonwealth Summit

London, UK, February 20, 2018//-Organisers of the 2018 Commonwealth Africa Summit have announced that former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama will be the keynote speaker of the summit in London, UK next month.

Economic Growth and Policy Benefit Dilemma in Ghana: A Repetition or New Era?

Accra, February 20, 2018//-Ghana’s economic growth is robust in figures but its impact may take some years to be felt by people living in the West African country.

It May be a Year of Electioneering, but Steady Growth is expected for Nigerian Economy in 2018

February 17, 2018//-In a year likely to be dominated by electioneering, as the country gears up to the 2019 polls, the Nigerian economy is nonetheless expected to see growth of 2–5% – writes Rafiq Raji.

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