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Crunch time for African Cities. Cover story Jan 1, 2015 2314
Pharmaceuticals in Africa: is the industry in Africa fit for purpose? Dec 1, 2014 1388
India, China challenge big pharma in Africa. Dec 1, 2014 1582
African think-tanks: practical solutions to practical problems. Cover story Nov 1, 2014 2899
A steady year for African banking. Oct 1, 2014 3959
Choppy waters ahead for South African banks. Oct 1, 2014 1212
Oil & gas adapting to a changing universe. Oct 1, 2014 1352
There is still something rotten in the state of South Africa. Column Aug 1, 2014 1389
Africa aviation: time for genuine open skies. Jul 1, 2014 1441
Ethiopian's big ambitions. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 672
Nigeria second only to China in private jets. Jul 1, 2014 701
African air freight set for big expansion. Jul 1, 2014 765
Retying the knot. Jul 1, 2014 3271
Building fever grips Africa. Jun 1, 2014 2357
Africa's top 250 companies: African business' annual ranking. Cover story May 1, 2014 4910
A fine balancing act. Apr 1, 2014 1229
Mining output set to rise. Statistical data Apr 1, 2014 1307
Joining up to increase exports. Apr 1, 2014 743
Hydrocarbons a rounded contribution: Oil and gas output is now being added to an already buoyant economy. Hydrocarbon production will generate income that can help the government to balance its books and fund national infrastructural and social projects. Yet it can also provide the energy resources needed to diversify the economy, create skilled employment and further Accra's aim of turning Ghana into a middle-ranking economy. Mar 1, 2014 1442
Agriculture catching up the modern era: most of Ghana's agricultural output is produced by small-scale farmers, although a few large estates are also important players. This sector not only provides employment and broad-based income, it has tremendous potential for expansion and diversification. But the country is still lagging behind African best practice in the industry and needs to catch up rapidly. Report by Neil Ford. Mar 1, 2014 1313
Construction moving slowly in the fast lane: Ghana, like other African 'Lion economies', is going through a construction boom both in infrastructure expansion and in the high-end housing and business premises sectors. But for the majority of urbanites - many recent migrants from the rural areas - alfordable housing is still only a dream. What can and should be done? Neil Ford discusses. Mar 1, 2014 1397
African energy the big league beckons. Mar 1, 2014 1152
Instability casts gloom over industry. Feb 1, 2014 1604
People, planet and profits. Jan 1, 2014 1391
High ambition needs dose of reality. Dec 1, 2013 1536
Tourists undeterred by terror attack. Dec 1, 2013 1327
Water an Sanitation in Africa: water, water everywhere? Dec 1, 2013 1634
Is US shale production a threat to Africa? Nov 1, 2013 1338
Old ties being new investment. Editorial Nov 1, 2013 1341
Turning green to gold. Aug 1, 2013 7165
African aviation progress is not enough: Africa's aviation sector is hanging in there, but only just. Increased competition from large international carriers, higher than average operating costs and the unwillingness to open up African skies to all African airlines despite long-standing pledges to do so are hamstringing the continent's carriers. Can a breakthrough be achieved? Jun 1, 2013 3903
Can Africa make the big switch? Jun 1, 2013 1408
Locals want bigger share of $40bn industry. May 1, 2013 1417
East vs West--who is winning in Africa? The accepted wisdom is that for Africa, there has been a momentum shift away its traditional trade and investment partners in the West towards the East, particularly China and to a lesser extent, India and Malaysia. But, is the West really losing ground in Africa and if so, how quickly? Neil Ford presents an intriguing take on this question. Statistical data May 1, 2013 2729
The rebuilding of Africa. Apr 1, 2013 719
Ethical business is better business. Feb 1, 2013 2077
Building Africa from the ground up. Jan 1, 2013 2080
Tide turns in battle for African water. Report Dec 1, 2012 1197
Onwards and upwards for African hydrocarbons. Nov 1, 2012 739
Africa ready for new-generation technology. Brief article Nov 1, 2012 115
Medium banks challenge South African dominance. Report Oct 1, 2012 4724
Microfinance comes of age. Oct 1, 2012 2048
Reaching the goal: how can Africa achieve its Green Revolution? Neil Ford examines the various strategies, from government policy to innovations, which must be put in place if the continent is to finally achieve its long-sought dream of becoming self-sufficient in food. Column Oct 1, 2012 1902
Toughing out short-term turbulenc. Jul 1, 2012 1009
Alternatives now a viable option. Jun 1, 2012 1218
Ankara revisits old friends. Apr 1, 2012 1199
The best of times for African energy. Industry overview Mar 1, 2012 847
Prudence is the key: balancing the budget. Mar 1, 2012 1284
Integration or isolation in the new cities? Feb 1, 2012 554
Africa's cities of the future: urbanisation for better or for worse. Dec 1, 2011 2114
Exploring fever grips Africa. Nov 1, 2011 1294
Building Ghana one property at a time. Statistical data Nov 1, 2011 1684
Recovery and consolidation. Oct 1, 2011 1383
Building the new continent: economic growth fuels construction frenzy. Jul 1, 2011 1026
Can African firms compete? Jul 1, 2011 1401
Africa's cement producers take off. Jul 1, 2011 854
The third way for construction. Jul 1, 2011 581
A case apart in South Africa. Jul 1, 2011 687
Case: a full liner throughout Africa. Jul 1, 2011 467
Brand-new cities. Jul 1, 2011 1293
Jonathan's energy pledge: The basis of President Goodluck Jonathan' policies will be the introduction and implementation of his much-vaunted oil, gas and power sector reforms. It is designed to provide sufficient electricity to power the rest of the economy. But can the new president deliver when his predecessors have failed to do so? Jun 1, 2011 1366
Africa joins energy revolution. Jun 1, 2011 1461
Massive increase on 2010 capitalisation. Survey Apr 1, 2011 6687
FDI trickle to turn into a flood. Apr 1, 2011 2103
Africa's real estate booming: Africa's real estate sector is booming and the continent's construction industry is thriving. Reflecting the continent's greater economic activity, demand for housing and industrial property has never been higher - and Africa's financial institutions are busy underwriting a massive increase in investments. Neil Ford has the details. Aug 1, 2010 1566
Diversity is the key. Jul 1, 2010 699
Construction in Africa success comes in all sizes. Jul 1, 2010 1081
South Africa the 2010 legacy: tangible and intangible benefits. Jun 1, 2010 2147
Water the blue gold: making African water go around. May 1, 2010 1606
New players enter the fray: investors from Brazil, India and Dubai have joined the more traditional organisations in a scramble for stakes in Africa's mining sector as the global economy begins its recovery. Neil Ford provides the details. Industry overview Feb 1, 2010 1696
Tullow, Eni lock horns over oil: competition for a larger stake in Uganda's nascent oil industry is becoming fiercer with the announcement last month that Anglo-Irish company Tullow is contesting a bid by Italian super-major Eni for concessions. Reports also suggest that Uganda's reserves may be larger than first estimated. Neil Ford reports. Feb 1, 2010 1482
Africa takes full brunt of crisis. Country overview Jan 1, 2010 2822
Strong signs of recovery. Dec 1, 2009 2374
New transport investment surges continentwide. Dec 1, 2009 2782
ICT: Plugging Africa into the world: great progress but still a long way to go. Conference news Nov 1, 2009 1679
Constructing the African future: Africa is the site of choice for construction companies from around the world as new projects, from airports to large-scale affordable housing proliferate - despite the economic crunch. Neil Ford presents an overview of the sector around Africa. Jul 1, 2009 3418
African ports thrive despite economic gloom: almost every sector in every country is suffering from the ongoing global economic crisis. Factories are being closed, GDP forecasts downgraded and belts tightened. Yet the African port sector is one of the few genuine examples of optimism, growth and new investment. Neil Ford reports. Jun 1, 2009 1444
Low valuations hide true worth of Africa's best. Survey Apr 1, 2009 2120
African oil and gas 2009 review. Apr 1, 2009 1338
Waiting for the storm to pass. Feb 1, 2009 1785
Junta uncertainty clouds Guinea mining sector: the death of one of Africa's longest-reigning heads of state, Guinea's Lansana Conte, has cast a pall of uncertainty over the country's mining sector. In terms of mineral wealth, Guinea is one of the most richly endowed countries in the world. Feb 1, 2009 1008
The energy sector. Jan 1, 2009 1806
Seeds of hope for African power. Jan 1, 2009 1541
A joined-up transport strategy. Dec 1, 2008 1698
Credit crunch threat looms over African boom. Report Nov 1, 2008 687
Jumping the technology gap: Africa can bypass the cumbersome process of intensive industrialisation deemed essential to its sustained growth by leapfrogging technology - as it has done in the telecoms sector. Neil Ford argues that many other sectors are equally ripe for this treatment. Nov 1, 2008 1438
Nigeria now Africa's biggest market. Aug 1, 2008 892
Southern Africa: MTN's fate in the balanc. Aug 1, 2008 506
East Africa: Safaricom sale a success. Aug 1, 2008 518
North Africa: Libyan market saturated. Brief article Aug 1, 2008 251
Boom time for African construction: Chinese and Arabs lead construction charge. Jul 1, 2008 1633
Wave of support for concessions: while the debate between state ownership of key enterprises and wholesale privatisation rages across the continent, a very workable compromise seems to have been found by the ports and harbours sector. Neil Ford has the details. Discussion Jun 1, 2008 1480
Mauritania bounces back: Mauritania's history of oil and gas development has been a chequered one. but the Sahelian country now appears to be enjoying a renaissance. Neil Ford investigates Mauritania's huge potential and the companies that are beginning to realise it. May 1, 2008 1438
South African dominance slipping. Apr 1, 2008 1730
Capital markets: Rwanda's new securities exchange will boost economic diversification; Rwanda's economic development has taken another step in the right direction with the launch of a securities exchange by the Central Bank of Rwanda, as the first stage on the path towards creating a full blown stock exchange. Report by Neil Ford. Apr 1, 2008 945
Yar'Adua juggles political and economic woes: although it seems that the challenges in court against President Yar'Adua have no chance of success, they perhaps limit his ability to force through reforms, particularly in the vital energy sector. Neil Ford explains. Apr 1, 2008 1606
Exporters will fund port rehabilitation: at long last, it seems that Liberia's ports, all of which are in a general state of disrepair, will be given a new lease of life to ensure the smooth export of rubber and iron ore. Neil Ford reports. Apr 1, 2008 1484
Kikwete stronger after scandals: Tanzanian president Jakaya Kikwete's quick and decisive action following a spate of political scandals has burnished his image both in the continent and beyond. Report by Neil Ford. Apr 1, 2008 1356
Is aluminium the new gold? Apr 1, 2008 1516
S Africa joins elite FDI destinations: for the first time, an African country, South Africa, has made the list of the top 25 most attractive destinations for global foreign direct investment. It now ranks 18th in the world from a very low base 14 years ago. Neil Ford explains this remarkable achievement. Mar 1, 2008 1085

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