MINING-A BOON FOR GROWTH

February 1st, 2010

Mining investments by the people of Africa are expected to post a great growth for its economy. Many countries are going to affect the economic stats of the African countries and the major ones none other than China and India. With the improving charts and rise of investment shares the continent has developed a sense of confidence in the minds of the investors.
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AFRICAN ECONOMY ON A RISE

January 13th, 2010

Even thought the second largest continent of the world Africa has been facing nature’s not so healthy hand on it still the economy seems to have taken a rise over the past many years. Africans have been suffering with disease and famine but the last two decades have registered a work growth in them. The past five years have been marking a steady increase in the production outputs of central Africa with 2004 being the year of more than 5 percent increase in the economy even though Darfur was hit by upheaval.
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Poverty In Africa

October 26th, 2009

Large areas of Africa have the world’s lowest income class, with less than a gross national income of $765 per person per year. The lowest gross national income is seen in Ethiopia, reaching only $90 per person per year. Even areas in Africa considered middle income zones see vast quantities of their population still living in poverty. North Africa is better off economically than South Africa due it’s stability in trade and tourism.
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Africa Is A Slow Starter

October 12th, 2009

The global economic downturn was felt by South Africa long after most of the Western World. With the West no beginning to recover from the financial crisis it is speculated South Africa will be slower to recover, as it was to start. Output in Africa’s largest economy shrunk by 3% in the 2nd quarter for the third time consecutively. Previously the loss had been as great as 6.4% however which has led some to speculate Africa’s first recession in 17 years may be at an end.
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The Aid And Growth Of The African Economy

September 26th, 2009

In recent times Africa, the second largest continent in the world, has been shrouded in international conflict, disease and famine, however economically Africa appears more favorable than they have been for decades. 2004 was a year of great upheaval in Darfur, and yet Africa still posted a 5% increase in economic activity. The locust infestation that plagued west and north African countries has been contained. Central Africa has a promising economic outlook with production capacity increasing steadily throughout the past 5 years.
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Mining Having Positive Effect On The Economy Of African Countries.

August 24th, 2009

The economy of African countries is expected to grow by five percent, mainly due to mining investments. China and India are the major players in the mining industry that is expected to effect the economy of these African countries. Africa has become less of a investment risk lately. Economic growth is expected to be in the 5.8 percent range for Zambia, less than expected due to the low price of copper, which is Zambia’s major export.
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Economy Of African Countries Enhanced By Cruise Lines

August 24th, 2009

The economy of African countries is fairing well in the cruise liner market. Cruise lines are promoting Africa as a cruise destination. People looking for new places to travel to are warming up to the idea of taking a cruise to Africa. This has had a positive effect on the economy of some African countries. Kenya and South Africa are two of the most favoured destinations. Tourism dollars is a important aspect of the economy of African Countries.
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Economy Of African Countries Benefits From Insurance

August 24th, 2009

Good news for the economy of African countries. The risk of doing business in Africa has been decreased by the World Bank Group insuring foreign investments and trade. This will have a positive effect of the economy of African countries, as the insurance will cover money loss from non-payments, interruption to business, sabotage, and terrorism. Insurance policies have been issued for a variety of businesses from telecommunications to agriculture benefiting the economy of African countries.
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Economy Of African Countires At Risk

August 24th, 2009

The economy of African countries will be effected by changes within the Niger government. The President of Niger, Mamadou Tandga has extended his power over the nation. The economy of the African country is dependent of uranium. To the worry of governments around the world democracy seems to be taking a back seat in Niger. This may lead to not only problems to the economy of this African country, but increased al Qaeda activity, and insurgency.
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ABP’s Effect On The Economy Of African Countries

August 24th, 2009

The ABP was set up to aid the budget and economy of African countries. The ABP operates by building organisations that work with budgets of African countries. Over the years 220 societies have been created as a direct result of the ABP’s work. These organisations work on budgets that will have a impact on the economy of African countries. The ABP also works with the staff in African parliament. Work with the African budget is progressing rapidly due to the ABP.
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