Last week Kebour Ghenna attended the 23rd Annual Conference of the National Black Chamber of Commerce in Hollywood, Florida.
Investors in Africa are increasingly buying a big-picture story of progress towards a formal and regulated economy with stable politics, the rule of law, independent central banks and stricter accounting rules.
The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) in collaboration with the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) organized the Kenya-Uganda Business Forum on 9th August 2015,
A recent study produced by Global Financial Integrity (GFI) estimates that $286 billion worth of capital was extracted out of Africa using this process over the past decade. Between 2002 and 2011,
China has become the major development partner of sub-Saharan Africa. It is now the subcontinent’s largest single trading partner and a key investor and provider of aid.
Last week we mentioned China’s devaluation and briefly noted the fall of the Chinese stock markets and its negative impact on Africa.
We pick up where we left off last week: This coming year the decline in global assets spurred by the slowing of China’s economy will be felt in most sub-Saharan countries.
The workshop was set off to discuss issues and challenges related to the prevailing regulatory and investment climate in the region,