A Framework For Discussing 'Africa Rising'

From Loomnie Thu Nov 29 2012, 02:57:12

Jolyon Ford of Oxford Analytica: I wonder if we should perhaps think of sub-Saharan Africa as a collection not so much of jointly emerging markets, but of diverging ones. Last week I was privileged, under the umbrella of the commendable 'Invest in Africa' initiative, to join experienced businesspeople in London discussing endemic inaccurate negative [...]

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