Led by President Nana Akufo-Addo’s administration, Ghana is working to empower its sectors in its goal to become one of Africa’s most appealing investment destinations.
Holding a strategic and unique location on the West Coast of Europe, Portugal presents a market potential far larger than what initially appears. One of the oldest countries in Europe, Portugal is a gateway to an impressive global market of about 250 million people in Portuguese-speaking countries like Brazil, Angola, and Mozambique, among others. In […]
Located at the heart of Europe’s major markets and with one of the world’s highest GDP per capita, Luxembourg’s affluence has grown from being a steel industry giant to becoming a major investment management center.
Strategically located at the crossroads between the Middle East, North Africa and Europe, Malta is a natural hub and boasts a strong GDP due to its open market economic policies, a multilingual population, a productive labor force, exceptional ICT infrastructure and finance clusters and low corporate tax.
Do African Infrastructure Developers Hold The Key To Solving The Continent’s Infrastructure Paradox?
Insights from those with experience suggest that technology might make projects more successful. David Pilling, writing in the Financial Times last month, notes that investment into African infrastructure projects was steadily rising prior to COVID-19.
Djibouti is successfully improving its position in the global market by enacting several enterprising reforms to enhance and improve conducive business environments, property registration, credit availability, as well as empowering sectors such as infrastructure, finance and energy.