FTSE ASEA Pan Africa Index Series: aiding investment with the brain - By James Duddridge, MP

From African Arguments Fri Dec 7 2012, 10:15:16

When considering Africa, people do not generally think of sky scrapers, city dealers, affluent middle classes, bankers in suits, screens of numbers and the trading of stocks and shares. This is, however, increasingly an African image we will have to

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