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Band Aid & Live Aid: Responding to The Critics
Band Aid & Live Aid: Responding to The Critics – Live Aid – Medium
Confusing a Country for a Continent: How We Talk About Africa
Africa – and more importantly, African consumers – will be firmly on the global stage in 2014. And while the ‘traditional’ African narrative of hardship and struggle will still contain elements of truth (macro-scale challenges such as the lack of constant electricity or under-developed manufacturing industries won’t disappear overnight), there will be huge opportunities on the continent for creative, daring and savvy brands, both domestic and global.
Business is booming in Africa, and now is time for companies to invest, says Tarek Sultan Al Essa
Africa Rising. Middelklassen er Afrikas fremtid | Verdens Bedste Nyheder
According to the authors of a new book, The Fastest Billion – the story behind Africa’ s Economic Revolution, Africa’ s current sustained growth level is set to not only continue but rise over the next four decades so that, come 2050, the continent’ s GDP will equal the combined GDPs of the US and the EU at current prices. There is a possibility that Africa’ s growth could outstrip that of Asia over this time span. Some have described this scenario as over-optimistic and an exercise in ...