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As countries grow wealthier, models of healthcare provision and financing need to adapt to increasing […]
In 2009, China surpassed the United States as Africa’s largest trading partner; with an investment […]
Globally, the healthcare sector is facing enormous, complex challenges around both development and maintenance. In […]
Robbie Cheadle, Associate Director, Deal Advisory and Capital Markets speaks to The New Economy on how […]
Automotive Manufacturing Plants prepare to expand in Africa While the South African automotive market looks […]
Africa’s largest economies produce significantly more energy than other African peers. Also, the oil-producing nations […]
Africa’s economic growth and performance has improved greatly since the turn of the century, leading […]
Joint move on Adcock underlines shift at PIC THE Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and Bidvest […]
By Elvis Ongeti Different countries have different currencies. There exists a need to purchase goods […]
Mining for liquidity in Africa’s stock exchanges Improvements in political and macroeconomic stability, policy certainty […]
As infectious and parasitic diseases and perinatal dangers are brought under control in Africa, the continent’s mortality profile will increasingly come to resemble that of more advanced societies. At some point (which is still however some way off), non-communicable conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart failure will kill the most people, resulting in a complete change in the demands on healthcare systems.
South Africa was the most active market for PE investment on the continent in H1 2012 with South African targets attracting $547m over the period.
French beverage giant Castel, which bottled its first batch of Ethiopian wine this year, is helping change the way outsiders view the country.
Investors establishing enterprises in an African nation or nations will soon find that the tax mix throughout Africa varies greatly from country to country, with some countries relying almost solely on one type of tax, while others have a more balanced approach to taxation.