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Articles from African Business (April 1, 2015)

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'Buzzwords' drive African retail boom: urbanisation is driving huge investments in mall developments in Africa, but retailers may not have an easy ride in fragmented markets. Cross, Richard Statistical data 789
A key sector in need of partnership. 2608
A wealth of opportunities. 968
Africa's first water fund launches. Brief article 220
African exchanges' growing pains: regional integration and investor appetite are driving IPOs, but corporate governance issues remain. Thomas, David 1173
African solar rush continues. Dalby, Alexa 304
African studios make play for world markets: computer game developers in Africa hope to tap into a worldwide appetite for locally created digital content. Mulligan, Gabriella 798
Africans jump up wealth ranking. Dalby, Alexa Brief article 141
BAE builds on Ghana successes. Brief article 181
Bittersweet success: the cocoa industry faces a long-term supply shortfall, unless it invests in productivity improvements throughout its value chain. Guest, Peter 2452
Breaking stereotypes in Ugandan agriculture: entrepreneur Prudence Ukkonika is inspiring her fellow women to build careers in agribusiness. Akumu, Patience 921
Building to match future growth. 383
Cities' DIY route to capital raising: municipalities in Africa are increasingly looking to local and international capital markets to fund infrastructure projects. Thomas, David 1021
Cold chain in focus as floriculture heats up: logistics bottlenecks could limit East Africa's flower exports as the world market recovers. Rivers, Martin 1564
Controlling vector diseases. Mateo, Pilar 1149
Dar es Salaam tops PwC cities ranking. Brief article 255
Dark days ahead for Eskom: power shortages are killing off South African businesses, but the power utility could be the crisis's real casualty.. Nevin, Tom 793
Designing the future: Africa's creative industries are finding a global appetite for innovative design. Dalby, Alexa 824
Ethiopia's service industry plays catch-up: restaurateurs in Addis Ababa are trying to tackle the city's reputation for poor service as it emerges as an economic and political hub. Jeffrey, James 973
GE wins Kenyan Contract. Dalby, Alexa Brief article 111
General Electric--deepening our local presence across Africa. 645
Ghana slashes deficit target. Dalby, Alexa Brief article 151
Governance and financial reform are key. 1032
High demand in a growing economy. 1331
Index shows slow progress in seed industry. Brief article 291
Investing in Ghana: a sound, secure option. 1508
Investors answer Egypt's call. Dalby, Alexa Conference news 188
Japan leads Asian finance surge. Brief article 141
Mauritius enters the dispute business: the Indian Ocean island is trying to establish itself as a centre for international arbitration. Ackbarally, Nasseem 733
MaxMart the ultimate one-stop shop. Brief article 125
Metro rail gets off the ground: financing and regulation have held back mass transit systems in Africa. Mulligan, Gabriella; Dalby, Alexa 398
NEST: developer profile. Statistical table 900
Nollywood on the big screen: filmmaker Obi Emelonye is taking Nigerian cinema to new heights. Dalby, Alexa 481
Nothing left to steal: Jailed for Telling The Truth. Williams, Stephen Book review 503
Open skies, open opportunities. 1956
Powering an emerging economy. 1013
Property innovation without limits ... 545
Regional collaboration yields results in fight against Boko Haram: the recent surge against Boko Haram and other terrorist cells in Nigeria and central Africa is showing signs of success. 1428
Rise and stall: China's stepping stone to nowhere: land set aside for the Jinfei Chinese special economic zone in Mauritius remains empty, almost a decade after it was announced to great fanfare. Wan, James 1944
Robust and growing. 2063
Rwanda signs e-government deal. Dalby, Alexa Brief article 149
Satellites show changing rainfall. Brief article 285
Solid performer welcomes investment. 754
Somaliland's 'unsung heroes': cut off from most international assistance, entrepreneurs in Somaliland have built the would-be country's economy from scratch. Jeffrey, James 1046
South Africa sticks to Eskom plan. Dalby, Alexa Brief article 131
Steyn 'garden city' launches. Brief article 112
Still in pole position: extractives maintain their leadership. 1260
Suggested hotels. Directory 214
Tax collection goes digital. 618
The digital switchover stalls: switching to digital TV could free up radio spectrum for mobile broadband, but many African countries will miss a June deadline. Jackson, Tom 782
The right choices for a healthy nation. 627
The Royal Bank: Ghana's bank of choice: Q&A with Robert Bentil MD of The Royal Bank. 601
Tonye Cole CEO, Sahara Group: gloomy predictions about the future of Africa's biggest economy often overstate the downside, according to energy and power entrepreneur Tonye Cole. Guest, Peter Interview 1271
Unblocking African deal flow: a new technology platform hopes to streamline mergers and acquisitions in Africa. Matthews, Chris 962
Useful contact information. Directory 947
Water, power ... Wi-Fi? Treating universal, affordable internet as essential infrastructure could have broad social and economic benefits. Mulligan, Gabriella 502
Welcome to Ghana, Africa's shining star. 778
West African iron boom turns to bust: a slump in the price of iron ore has forced several junior miners to the wall. Morgan, M.J.; Cross, Richard 802

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