German Development Minister Gerd Müller has been canvassing support for his 'Marshall Plan with Africa' at the African Development Bank in Ivory Coast
A completely unscientific ranking of four African cities: Where Abidjan is tops, and a big resort city falls flat
Impressions from four African cities - Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire; Kigali, Rwanda; Libreville, Gabon and Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt
As the rest see difficulties, bullish African business chiefs are snapping up deals—and it's not just about resources
Despite Africa’s recent growth being chalked up to commodity booms, there’s more at work: corporates are more confident, ambitious and resilient.
“The potential in Africa is huge,” says GE as it spreads and picks up deals in Nigeria, Angola, Kenya, and Ghana.
The West African which produces more than 35% of global cocoa harvests, wants to establish itself in other more lucrative sectors of the industry.