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Africa Needs To Tap Into One Its Biggest Opportunities For Growth
By lowering Africa’s energy costs it can compete more easily with more developed continents. Solar energy creates the opportunity for Africa to grow more rapidly for the benefit of Africa and the rest of the world.
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— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) January 14, 2019
19th November 2018 Kenya launches its first coast guard
Kenya launches coast guard to combat fish thieves.
5th September 2018 Defence Of Chinas Economic Strategy For Being In Africa
Former Chinese officials and Chinese state media defended Chinas role in African countries following criticism at African country summit hosted in Beijing. President Xi is hosting an African economic summit.
China has been accused of plundering Africas mineral resources and lent money to Africa in such a way that is reckless as Africa will be indebted forever almost bankrupt.
The defence for China is that China offered to help Africa. If there is corruption in African countries it is not down to China but African leaders and the people of Africa who voted for those African leaders. China say their money is to help the people of Africa not to corrupt it.
29th August 2018 UK Prime Minister Visits African Countries To Help Develop Stronger Trading Links with UK
British Prime Minister Theresa May wants African continent and UK to work closer together for mutual benefit. The UKs financial services market has much to offer Africa in particular in terms of lubricating better trading around the world with better protection and faster growth.
As the UK leaves the European Union EU barriers to more trading with the UK could fall for mutual economic benefit when Brexit is complete. If the UK financial and non financial markets can work better with Africa without exploiting Africa this could be a win win new business development opportunity.
9th July 2018 War Between Ethiopia and Eritrea Over
The state of war between Ethiopia and Eritrea is over. A peace deal ending the 1998 to 2000 border conflict has never been fully implemented but it will be now including increasing trade and diplomatic discussions.
21st March 2018 African Free Trade Zone Agreed
Africa’s leaders have agreed to form a free-trade zone excluding South Africa and Nigeria. 44 African countries have agreed to sign-up to the free-trade deal within 18 months.
Although the world’s new free-trade zone will be the biggest by number of participating countries there are other African countries which have yet to agree to sign-up to the deal including Zambia Sierra Leone Namibia Lesotho Guinea Bissau Burundi Botswana and Benin.
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— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) March 12, 2018
22nd December 2017 Nigeria News Report
4 in 10 people in Nigeria are unemployed or underemployed at end of September 2017 according to Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics NBS.
Unemployment has increased to 18.8 percent from 16.2 percent at the end of June 2017. The combined proportion of people unemployed or underemployed was 40 percent at end of September 2017 up from 37.2 percent by end of June 2017.
In December 2017 credit rating agency Fitch forecast Nigeria’s economy to grow 1 percent in 2017.
— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) June 6, 2017
— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) June 5, 2017
1st June 2017 Barclays Bank Withdrawing From Africa
Barclays Bank has cut its stake in Barclays Africa Group to 15%. Barclays Africa operates in Kenya Botswana Tanzania and Ghana.
— Risk Manager (@ERMuk) May 25, 2017
— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) May 25, 2017