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Articles from African Business (December 1, 2011)

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'We're on the right track': Ethiopia is being hailed for its inclusive development model and for its fast economic growth. Its forthright prime minister, meles zenawi, speaks to African business about lessons drawn from the East Asian model, and the impact of the global economic crisis. Zenawi, Meles Interview 1804
A collective dynamism. Interview 534
A new oil frontier is born. Kabakuru, Wanjohi 679
Africa looking good - IMF: the IMF's annual Regional Economic Outlook: Sub-Saharan Africa report sees a bright future for Africa based on strong domestic growth and increased demand for Africa's commodities. But it also warns against challenges that could derail growth. Valerie Noury reviews the report. Noury, Valerie Statistical data 1814
Africa on the move. 1732
Africa reduces agricultural price risks. Brief article 106
Africa should take green path to prosperity. Conference notes 204
Africa's cities of the future: urbanisation for better or for worse. Ford, Neil 2114
African travel industry leads in mobile apps. Brief article 208
All roads lead to Guinea: Guinea is set to become the world's third-largest iron ore producer, behind giants Australia and Brazil, as investments of billions of dollars pour in. MJ Morgan reports on the probable transformation of a nation. Morgan, MJ 1857
Around Africa this month. Brief article 188
Australia goes underground in Africa. Brief article 170
Brand-new look for Kenyan athletics stars. Brief article 155
Building a sustainable future for African mining. 1391
Can African wines break into new global markets? The drinking of wine has traditionally been associated with European culture but this is now rapidly changing as the beverage finds increasing favour in the East - and in Africa to some extent. Can the continent's wine producers cater to this new taste and find exciting new markets for their products? Richard Seymour reports. Seymour, Richard 1340
Case study Arusha, Tanzania. Case study 390
Case study Kinshasa, DR Congo. Case study 393
Chance to offer global leadership? Fatunla, J.K. Viewpoint essay 138
China-Africa a marriage of convenience? Dalby, Alexa 1576
Coca-cola 125 years of making friends: as Coca-Cola celebrates its 125th anniversary, we look back on its extraordinary journey and continued African adventure. Report by Tom Nevin.. Nevin, Tom 1279
Crime and punishment: Death of a modern-day Randlord. Williams, Stephen Case overview 1333
E-portal to speed business in EA. Brief article 103
Eco-friendly luxury. Miller, Gordon 428
Exporting the halal concept. 500
First Zambian firm lists on LSE. Brief article 110
From digging to development. 514
Growth expected to accelerate. 771
Heads in the clouds. Githuri, John Letter to the editor 230
Highways key to trade integration. 682
Indicators are good. Wangai, Cole Letter to the editor 206
Joblessness a worldwide phenomenon. Brief article 120
Liberian wins hunger project's Africa prize for leadership. Brief article 216
Mined in Africa. Brief article 234
More acceptance needed. Komba, Isaac Letter to the editor 162
New focus on East Africa's oil & gas. Brief article 106
New master plan for Nairobi. Kabakuru, Wanjohi 576
No condition is permanent. Versi, Anver Editorial 726
Old enemies, new friends? Zambia's new President, Michael Sata, fought his campaign largely on an anti-Chinese ticket. The Chinese had threatened to disinvest totally if he was elected. But now that he is in the top seat, how have the Chinese reacted? Report by MJ Morgan. Morgan, MJ 1427
Private investment backs new lines. 731
Private sector protects Kenya's wildlife. Brief article 219
Shopping mall fever hits island: shopping malls are all the rage now in Mauritius. New ones seem to be sprouting up by the month. But can the 1.2m population of this island nation sustain these huge malls with their fancy and expensive imported items? Will they be the magnet to attract yet more tourists, as they are expected to do? Nasseem Ackbarally reports from Port Louis. Ackbarally, Nasseem 897
Sudan moves from oil to gold. Brief article 141
Swahili rumba: East Africa's finest. Williams, Stephen 637
Taking the Africa Mining Vision forward. 1866
The Japanese way to development: one of the biggest and most important conferences on the effectiveness (or otherwise of aid) was held in Busan, South Korea this month. It was expected to be a clash between the Western model and that followed by Japan and increasingly, China, India and Korea. Editor Anver Versi, who observed the Japanese method first-hand in Africa recently, gives his views. Versi, Anver Conference notes 2124
The social and health implications of urbanisation. 660
Trade volumes spark expansion. 692
UN Habitat's blueprint for sustainable urban development in Africa. Brief article 180
Want growth? Look east: Kenya is undergoing an infrastructure construction boom unknown since the early days of independence. This, writes Wanjohi Kabakuru from Nairobi, is the direct result of its six-year policy to 'Look East'. Kabakuru, Wanjohi 1221
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Zim farmers turn to tobacco. Brief article 119
Zimbabwean fish production scales up. Brief article 112
Zuma's grand economic design: president Jacob Zuma appears to have taken the economic bull by the horns by overseeing several new measures aimed at reviving economic growth and, most critically, creating new jobs. Tom Nevin reports from Johannesburg. Nevin, Tom 1293

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