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Digitally Disenfranchised Africa Embraces Home-grown Innovation

13 June 2017

While, overall, Africa remains the least digitally connected continent, there are clear signs that local online entrepreneurship is now paving the way to bringing the internet to some of the region's ...Read More


African Mining Sector Rallies, Though Investors Remain Sceptical

21 March 2017

With a three-year slump hopefully behind it, the African mining industry is now looking to the future, though many investors – with the possible exception of China – remain unwilling to back this lucr...Read More


Africa Predicted to be Bigger Technology Market than Europe by 2020

24 Feb 2016

Mobile financial services will take the lead as Africa's digital market is transformed over the next five years, according to many delegates and exhibitors attending, AfricaCom, the continent's larges...Read More


Investing in Africa: from Dark Continent to Investment Hot Spot

22 April 2014

In the changing global economic landscape, Africa is experiencing unparalleled economic growth. Which of its diverse and developing economies, however, offer real opportunities for Hong Kong investors...Read More


Ghana’s growing trade with Hong Kong presages further opportunities

31 May 2012

With Ghana’s economy gaining momentum, import demand of products ranging from capital goods to consumer goods is set to soar. In light of the increasing economic ties between Ghana and China, Hong Kon...Read More


Ghana: a rising star in West Africa video

31 May 2012

While the global economy was struggling with the Eurozone debt crisis, Ghana surprised the world by growing 14.4% in 2011. That superb GDP growth is not just a fluke. On top of robust gold revenues an...Read More


Ghana's property boom

11 May 2012

Homes across the spectrum, from luxury to cheap, are in demand in the country, as it prospers under a buoyant economy...Read More


Ghana's infrastructure potential

3 Feb 2012

Ghana's government expects the country to need US$1.6 billion annually to meet infrastructure needs over 10 years, driven by its rising oil and gas revenues. But business risks have to be weighed agai...Read More

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