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Around 300 jobs have been announced by the nuclear authority in a range of fields, some of which will be at El-Dabaa power plant and others in Cairo.
A new focus report produced by Oxford Business Group explores Egypt’s efforts to carve a niche as a regional energy hub and develop its mining industry by capitalising on its abundant untapped resources.
Over the last three years, the World Bank has endeavoured to support the development gains achieved by the country since the signing of the 2018 Revitalized Peace Agreement.
Economic planning is critical for the development of the local government sphere says Auntony Mukhwana, the managing director at Ntiyiso Industrialisation Consulting.
The latest Nigeria development update report, Resilience through Reforms says that Nigeria has exited from its deepest recession in four decades as COVID-19 restrictions were eased. With poverty increasing in 2020 due to the combined effects of COVID-19 and rising prices, the report recommends policy options that can help reduce inflation and protect poor households from its impacts.
The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) a member of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group has signed a new five-year framework agreement that aims at boosting trade development across The Gambia’s agriculture, energy, healthcare, and private sectors.
As part of economic reforms, the South African government has committed to a R791.2 billion infrastructure investment drive.
Unemployment, profound social instability, and water crisis are some of the risks noted in the WEF Global Risk Report for doing business in South Africa.
Property stocks have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic; impacting retail and commercial office space and even some industrial property holdings.
IFC has signed an agreement with the Moroccan Capital Market Authority that will help companies enhance their reporting on ESG practices.