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What lies ahead for Africa in 2018?

The beginning of each year undoubtedly brings great hopes for the future and a well-meaning commitment not to repeat the errors of the past. As we start February, our optimism still intact, I’d like to take a closer look at...more

TMT Horizons 2018

Some of the 800+ Hogan Lovells lawyers who look at the TMT Industry Sector share their perspectives on the future. From Tokyo to Mexico; from Blockchain to satellites; from M&A to privacy. Please see full Publication below...more

Happiness under the African sky, or not?

Everyone is in pursuit of happiness - that elusive state in the human psyche that is not merely a positive mood but a state of well-being with a sense of meaning and deep satisfaction. Happiness is fast becoming a measure for...more

Africa Stand Up Vision 2025: Strengthening supply chains – the key challenge for Africa

If Africa wants to change how it trades with the rest of the world, it needs to start by rethinking how it trades with itself. Without urgent improvement, Africa risks remaining a supplier of solely primary materials to which...more

Nigerian Bar Association Annual General Conference 2017

Asked to speak on the prestigious opening panel at the NBA2017 in Lagos, I was both honored and somewhat perturbed when I realized that the 10,000 delegates number promised was not a decimal point out. The event was frankly...more

Second term for Uhuru Kenyatta begins with work clearly cut out

Kenya’s 2017 General Elections have been one of the most anticipated and closely monitored. For the first time, the sitting president, Uhuru Kenyatta was working to defend his position against a united opposition. Close to...more

Africa Stand Up: Strengthening supply chains – the key challenge for Africa

Supply chain development is at the heart of any ability for Africa to "Stand Up". Without urgent improvement Africa risks remaining a supplier of primary materials to which others add value, leaving it vulnerable to the...more

Financing Infrastructure: Spotlight On African Debt

It is a truth universally acknowledged that there is direct correlation between the development of Africa’s infrastructure and the continent’s economic progress. The recent infrastructure investment boom and financing of...more

Morocco back home; the Moroccan flag flies high in front of the African Union

We continue our Africa Stand Up series with a short piece on what has to be the unsung giant impacting Sub-Saharan Africa. On 13 March 2017, the Moroccan flag was officially raised in a ceremony at the African Union (AU)...more

3/23/2017  /  Africa , Foreign Investment , Morocco

Africa Stand Up: Navigating the new world order

Following a year of landmark political changes, could it be that the time has never been more opportune for Africa to seize control of its place in the global market? Whilst it is still too early to predict the long-term...more

New president for Ghana but business as usual for foreign investment

It was a case of third time lucky for Nana Akufo-Addo, leader of the official opposition (New Patriotic Party) this past weekend as he claimed victory in Ghana’s general elections against President John Dramini Mahama...more

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