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Africa

New International Investment in African Business

Despite its ongoing struggles with poverty and epidemics, there is good news coming out of Africa these days. The US government is investing in e-commerce start-ups in Kenya and Uganda in an effort to boost self-sufficiency in those regions, according to an 11 September article in Quartz magazine.


Meanwhile, China has been accelerating their investment in Africa; the China National Offshore Oil Corporation is collaborating with the French oil firm Total to sink 500 wells and build the world’s longest heated oil pipeline.


Finally, struggling airlines might try to boost their business by taking advantage of the growing markets there; United Airlines announced on 8 September that they are adding service to South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana.


We have included a selection of our most popular market research on African investment below.

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The Kenya Maize Flour Business Report: Market, Process, Production & Finance

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The Kenya Maize Flour Business Report: Market, Process, Production & Finance

  • ID: 4912464
  • Report
  • 110 Pages
  • Region: Kenya
  • Crack A Business Kenya
Africa Investors & Emerging Markets

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Africa Investors & Emerging Markets

  • ID: 5117674
  • Database
  • Region: Africa
  • Family Office Club
Kenya Energy Requirements Forecasted to 2050

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Kenya Energy Requirements Forecasted to 2050

  • ID: 5136036
  • Report
  • Region: Kenya
  • Weirbridge
Kenya Wind Power Market Outlook to 2025

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Kenya Wind Power Market Outlook to 2025

  • ID: 5129512
  • Report
  • 107 Pages
  • Region: Kenya
  • Blackridge Research & Consulting
Tanzania Energy Requirements Forecasted to 2050

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Tanzania Energy Requirements Forecasted to 2050

  • ID: 5136040
  • Report
  • Region: Tanzania
  • Weirbridge

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