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Articles from African Business (February 1, 2020)

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'A more resilient kind of growth is taking root in Africa': Sunil Kaushal, Regional CEO Africa & Middle East for Standard Chartered. Games, Dianna Interview 1205
'Eco warriors' battle over future of West African currency. McBain, Will; Dietz, Charles 1314
'We are witnessing a paradigm shift in Africa's aviation sector'. Interview 1402
A glimmer of hope in Malawi refugee camp: A bank branch in a refugee camp--the first of its kind in the world--is providing banking services and credit to residents, many of who are setting up their own businesses. Williams, Stephen 969
Africa dances to streaming revolution. McBain, Will 1096
Africa must listen to the voice of youth. Chimhanzi, Jacqueline; Atouguia, Monique 1476
Africa needs big ideas and ambitious plans. Moore, Gyude 966
Africa's opportunities for growth far outweigh the challenges. Interview 1071
As D-Day approaches, is Africa really ready for the AfCFTA? Can the African Continental Free Trade Area succeed where previous free-trade initiatives have failed? Games, Dianna 1067
Can the free market encourage morality? Many great thinkers have claimed that the market corrupts us, but authors VH Storr and GS Choi argue that it makes us better people. Williams, Stephen Book review 1004
Doraleh Port targets new era of expansion: Abdillahi Adaweh Sigad, CEO, Doraleh Container Terminal Management Company (SGTD). Yaiche, Hichem Ben; Weill-Raynal, Guillaume Interview 1258
Gerald Group--Leveraging expertise and exploring new opportunities. Whittaker, David Company overview 638
Making the case for trade: As global trade tensions mount, the World Economic Forum is pursuing a range of practical initiatives to boost trade in Africa. Thomas, David 1037
Malawi urged to turn over new leaf amid tobacco lawsuit: Malawi is highly reliant on tobacco for its export earnings, but the industry is subject to increasing international pressure over child labour. Marima, Tendai 1134
MultiChoice Group--despite complex challenges, success comes down to value. Mawela, Calvo 1017
Old vehicles offer new opportunities for Cars45: The used-car market is driving car ownership in Africa, and digital firms such as Nigeria's Cars45 are helping to make the retail market organised, fast, transparent and hassle-free. Unah, Linus 921
SA refugee law threatens freedom of expression: Many South Africans are dismayed by a new law that prohibits refugees from engaging in political activities related to their home countries. 446
Sudan promises thriving private sector if revolution prevails: For 30 years Sudan's economic development was stifled by President Bashir and his cronies, but as the transition to democracy progresses, new opportunities are opening up. Collins, Tom Cover story 1581
Sudan walks tightrope between competing power bases. Collins, Tom Cover story 1463
TALENT KEY TO DRIVING TRADEAND INVESTMENT: Four leading figures from the world of East African business share their thoughts on how integration is progressing in the region in the fields of capital markets, employee mobility, the opening up of key sectors and the implementation of the AfCFTA. Discussion 1197
Tips for an incoming president: Tony Blair, executive chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and former UK prime minister, shares some key insights for leaders coming into office. Blair, Tony Viewpoint essay 825
Trailblazers. 216
UK-Africa investment summit hints at post-Brexit future. Kedem, Shoshana 1220
US-China deal raises hopes for African mining sector: With fears of a trade war easing and major projects such as Simandou in Guinea being rolled out, 2020 could be a good year for African mining. Ford, Neil 1524
Weah struggles to live up to his promises: Former footballer George Weah was elected president of Liberia on the back of generous policy pledges but two years later the country is beset by problems. Mitchell, Charlie 1088
WEF's Young Global Leaders focus on refugee challenges: In a refugee camp in Kenya, WEF's team of young problem-solvers are helping to create economic opportunities. Thomas, David 1005
What lies ahead for Africa in 2020? African Business's Shoshana Kedem examines the coming year, with analysis of political and economic trends and predictions from some of the region's top economists. Kedem, Shoshana 1946

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