The African Continental Free Trade Area: The dawn of a new era
After years of planning, campaigning and negotiating, the time has come for execution. Trading under the agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area (“AfCFTA” or “the Agreement”) has officially commenced.
In what started years ago as a bold and, an unrealistic aspiration, the AfCFTA has morphed into a striking reality. Africa has created a working fifty-four member state1 free trade agreement, the largest since the creation of the one hundred and sixty-four member state World Trade Organisation.
Invest in Nigeria
In 2014, when global commodity prices dropped, Nigeria plunged into economic trouble and in 2016 the country faced its first recession in over two decades. Heeding the call to diversify, the Nigerian government rose to the challenge and started to implement a number of initiatives to not only grow its economy but to protect it from similar commodity downswings in the future.
Guide to Fiscal Information – Key Economies in Africa 2017
The latest publication of the Guide to Fiscal Information – Key Economies in Africa 2017 is now available to download. This publication contains an overview of the tax and investment environment of key economies in Africa.
Africa from the Inside: Spotlight on Risk in Africa
The Forecasting risk in Africa 2017 The blanket “Africa Rising” narrative led to an inability to foresee and mitigate risk on the part of many multinationals in the region. Intra-regional multinationals in Africa must now adapt to “Africa 3.0” – the emerging post-crisis African economy.
Africa Construction Trends Report 2016
Africa’s changing infrastructure landscape This edition of Deloitte’s Africa Construction Trends Report cumulates and compares data from the last four years, delivering insights on both a continental and regional level. The latest edition includes a special feature on water projects in Africa.
Kenya: Grounding Africa’s Economic Growth
Apart from being the largest and most advanced economy in East Africa, Kenya is also set to be among the fastest-growing countries in Africa, expected to continue to grow in excess of 5% per annum over the next five years.
The key to successful delivery of Capital Projects in Africa
Delivering Capital Projects is a complex process that requires the effective integration of a number of variables. The successful delivery of such a project largely depends on frequent measurement of progress, evaluating plans and making adjustments where necessary.