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It is our pleasure to introduce to you the 2nd edition of the Sub-Saharan Africa Power Outlook, which has been prepared by our Infrastructure & Major Projects Group. The high growth of Sub-Saharan countries and the current developments in the power sector provide a broad range of new topics since the first edition of this report was launched in 2011.
Rwanda’s economy is expected to perform better this year compared to 2013. According to government, IMF and World Bank projections, the local economy is going to grow by between 7.2% and 7.5%. However, are projections feasible considering that last year the economy grew lower than expected?
Jason Kazilimani, Senior Partner at KPMG Zambia, was one of our February guests on Lunch with our Leaders. We invited you to ask him any questions you might have on the topic of investing in Zambia, and Jason provided detailed and helpful responses. Here are some of the Q&As from that session …
Over the last few decades, many development objectives have been pursued through multilateral and bilateral donors channelling aid to developing nations through governments, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), United Nations agencies and initiatives such as the Global Fund.
The first decade of the 21st century’s main goal was poverty reduction, but Private Sector Development (PSD) has recently received much priority. The aim of PSD is to get the economic fundamentals right, such as fiscal, monetary and trade policies, privatisation and ‘cutting red tape’.