Despite concerns over corruption and budgetary woes in commodity-dependent nations, officials have a bullish outlook on the region.
Emerging countries that adhere to a strategy of steady growth and wise debt spending are the most likely to see the greatest rewards.
Collaboration, innovation and a multipronged approach hold the key to success in a U.S. initiative to develop Africa’s power sector.
As African countries pour billions into developing technology cities, other players are developing local hubs.
Kenya hopes for regional prominence with big investments in infrastructure even as corruption and terrorism threaten to slow growth.
Morocco, Nigeria and Romania are among the preferred investment destinations.
The region’s head of investment banking is bullish on its prospects for M&A and equity capital markets.
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The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C., provides an opportunity for the U.S. private sector to take another look at Africa.
The East African country’s delay of its sovereign bond sale by a couple of months is illustrative of issues affecting emerging Africa as a whole.