"There is a very fine line between Africa rising and Africa uprising"

From African Capital Markets News Mon Dec 3 2012, 03:24:09

Sunil Benimadhu, CEO of the Stock Exchange of Mauritius and re-elected President of the African Stock Exchanges Association (ASEA) told the opening session of the African stock exchanges this morning that the world is changing, by 2050 African economies such as Nigeria and Egypt will be among the world's biggest economies. Africa's capital markets should play a key role in investment flows to drive this growth.

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