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Kenya’s financial services industry is currently one of the fastest growing not only in the East African region but the continent with the Nairobi Securities Exchange (a financial assets and securities market) being ranked fourth in Africa.
Despite many African countries starting to enjoy higher levels of economic growth in recent years, very little of this growth can be attributed to the manufacturing sector of any African country.
Singapore sees profitable trade opportunities and project partners in the area and that are ready and eager to establish more links with Africa.
In spite of the high inequalities existing between countries in Africa, inclusive growth was still possible with cooperation and integration of trade, the Chief Economist, African Development Bank, AfDB, Mthuli Ncube, has said. Mr. Ncube, who was speaking during one of the private meetings marking the opening of the 24the World Economic Forum
Whilst Africa is often perceived as a mysterious, underdeveloped continent, it’s quickly becoming one of the most valuable emerging markets for infrastructure. In fact, infrastructure development – in the form of megacities – is one of the key strategic priorities for senior African leaders. What’s driving infrastructure development in Africa?