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Private equity in Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa Brief: Nigerian bourse targets 500 IPOs, Sage Africa Expands with office in Nigeria and more …

An Investment announced by the Renault-Nissan alliance and west African conglomerate Stallion Group to jointly launch vehicle assembly in Nigeria is not something the South African government fears but welcomes, according to Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

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Managing portfolio companies most effectively

Africa Brief: Angola stock exchange, Dangote’s planned investment, Egypt’s borrowing costs and more

Angola has delayed plans for the start of stock-exchange trading by a year to 2016, with a futures and commodities market in Africa’s second-biggest oil pro­ducer set to open a year later. Angola expects its stock exchange to have a market value of 10% of gross domestic product within 18 months of its startup, he said. Angola’s largest banks, which include Banco Angolano de Investimentos and Banco de Poupanca e Credito, as well as cellphone companies Unitel and Movicel Telecomunicacoes, are expected to list on the exchange.

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Introduction to Zambia Banking Regulations

The Bank of Zambia has recently issued new banking regulations in the form of Statutory Instruments 32 and 35 of 2013. The regulations deal mostly with the monitoring of foreign exchange dealings i.e. inflows and outflows in Zambia by the Bank of Zambia.

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Africa Brief: Delta beer sales, Kenyan oil products, Tanzanian cellular fees, and more

Zimbabwe’s Delta sees lager, premium beer sales rise – Delta Corporation partly owned by SABMiller has been projected to raise its 2013 annual profit by 31%, although the trading update shows the Chibuku sales volumes declined by 10% …

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