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Harnessing private/public partnership as a growth model.
Harnessing private/public partnership as a growth model.

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Competing in Africa: China, the European Union, and the United States https://brook.gs/2HE59Jt via @BrookingsInst
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On Africa’s big dreams https://wp.me/p7FLkS-l1C
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Exclusive interview | Indian Chamber of Commerce
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Competing in Africa: China, the European Union, and the United States
Brookings Institution (blog)
Indeed, the U.S. commercial impact in Africa should be more significant than it is. With $54 billion of FDI stock, the U.S. is the largest investor on the continent. There are an estimated 600 U.S. companies in South Africa and more across the continent, including some of the largest American companies.
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The Asia–Africa growth corridor: Bringing together old partnerships and new initiatives
Observer Research Foundation
Africa, however, requires a measured combination of investments and development assistance. The AAGC's current challenge is to expand and integrate the value chains of production in a two-way flow of goods and services. In this, balancing the ODA programmes with FDI initiatives will be important, ...
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Africa's economic growth low on a per capita basis – IMF
Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release)
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Sunday said Africa's economic growth remains too low on a per capita basis, and warned that there are significant ... We concur that deepening financial systems and boosting FDI would help expand financing to the private sector,” added the statement.
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Africa loses $50bn to illicit financial flow annually – AfDB - Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release)
AfDB to Implement Action Plan on Prevention of Illicit Financial Flows - THISDAY Newspapers
Africa loses $50bn to illicit financial flow annually– AfDB - News Agency of Nigeria (press release)
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Determinants of FDI in Africa
Lund University Publications
Acknowledging the macro- and microeconomic importance of foreign direct investment (FDI), this paper aims at examining the determinants, in particular how the agglomeration forces determine the inward FDI in Africa. A comprehension of these determinants is important in order to maintain the positive ...
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