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AGM cafés: another way of thinking about Africa

Platform dedicated to agribusiness in Africa, Africa Grenier du Monde, innovates with AGM Cafés. A concept away from the big forums a dozen participants gathered around a personality to debate

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Ethiopie: Les facteurs d’une forte attractivité

Avec une décennie au cours de laquelle elle affichait une croissance économique record, l’Ethiopie faisait figure de locomotive de la Corne de l’Afrique. Si pendant douze ans, le pays pouvait

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Natural resources management: a challenge for tomorrow, an emergency today

While NGOs announce one of the most serious humanitarian crises in Africa over the last sixty years, no short-term response is envisaged. Despite the most important reserves in terms of

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Gambia: Tourists bounce back after political impasse

Gambian tourism is picking up again with many European tourists returning to the country after the recent political impasse which drove thousands of holiday makers away from the “smiling coast

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Ivory Coast: The youth sets out aspirations

In a context of social unrest, the new cabinet of Amadou Gon Coulibaly, the Ivorian Prime Minister, is expected on many projects by the whole population. But it is first

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South African entrepreneurs brace for profitable 2017

Emerging South African entrepreneurs, just like most African entrepreneurs, endured a very frustrating 2016 as turbulent economic times spread across the continent. May they brace for profitable 2017.

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ECCAS 2025: Racing Against the Time

The member countries of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) adopted in 2007 a strategic integration plan dubbed the Vision (2025), which fundamentally look up to transform the

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Tunisia: Tourism industry still in crisis

Tunisian tourism continues to plunge into crisis. According to the year 2016 results, the downward trend has continued, though the sector still accounts for up to 20% of GDP. As

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Côte d’Ivoire: New Bank Rush to Bouaké

After years of absence, the banking industry is booming in Bouaké, the third largest city in Côte d’Ivoire, considered as an economic hub for Burkina Faso and Mali. Sixteen banks,

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The timid development of the Algerian web

The development of 3G and the recent launching of 4G boost the Algerian web. Though Internet users are complaining about Internet slow speed and high prices, the number of users