The end of the commodities "super-cycle" has, however, impacted heavily on resources seeking FDI and FDI inflows to Africa plunged by 31% during 2015.
Investors are likely to delay the development of oil and gas projects in sub-Saharan Africa and change the scope of their early-stage projects due to the sharp decline in oil and gas prices.
Emphasis is placed on the key risks of doing business in Africa
How prepared is Africa?
With a population of one billion and an economy likely to double in size from US$2 trillion to US$4 trillion before 2025, Africa has quickly emerged as the next economic driver for the global economy.
These are exciting times for healthcare. Emerging economies around the world are focussed on innovation and developing new business models for this sector.
KPMG International’s Chairman Michael Andrew, has today announced a number of changes to KPMG’s Global Executive Team
While the success of Africa’s rise is well-founded, a far more granular approach to grasping the nuances and realising the opportunities is essential.
KPMG’s Yunus Suleman shares insights on the formation dynamics of the envisaged BRICS Bank, expected to prioritise infrastructure development
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