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Rwanda sees China-Africa trade expo as exposure for its products

Rwanda hopes to use the first China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo scheduled for June 27-29 in central China's Hunan Province to advance the marketing...

Chinese Ambassador: China values trade partnership with Ghana

Ghana is one of China's key trading partners on the African continent, Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, Wang Shiting said on Wednesday. Delivering a keynote speech...

Namibia seeks $1 billion in investments

Namibia is to host a two-day economic summit which is expected to attract at least $1 billion worth of investments over the next two...

South Africa’s Ramaphosa gets involved in efforts to save Eskom

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa met with board members of Eskom in his fresh bid to salvage the cash-strapped electricity utility. The meeting, which was...

Telecoms willing to do business in Ethiopia despite internet blackout

An internet blackout in Ethiopia last week cost the economy millions of dollars and crippled businesses, but an analyst said it was unlikely to...

China is Tanzania’s largest investor

China is leading in Tanzania with huge investments followed by Britain and the United States, the east African nation's investment watchdog said on Monday. Geoffrey...

African transport experts embrace cleaner mobility energy vehicles

Transport experts from East African Community (EAC) countries on Wednesday agreed to embrace cleaner mobility energy vehicles in the region. The experts who attended a...

European Investment Bank launches effort to help Kenya’s smallholders

European Investment Bank (EIB) on Wednesday launched a 5.7 billion shillings (57 million U.S. dollars) program to help boost economic opportunities for thousands of...

East Africa region sees spending as crucial to economic growth

East African countries plan to increase spending dramatically on infrastructure projects in budgets to be released Thursday. But the question many ask is whether...

Bharti Airtel to pay $26 million to Tanzania to settle dispute

India’s Bharti Airtel has agreed to pay 60 billion shillings ($26 million) over five years and cancel debt to resolve a dispute over ownership...
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