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PODCAST | America’s BUILD Act – a silver lining for Africa

An interview with Ewadele Butler, Senior Associate, Hogan Lovells US and Dr Ivor Blumenthal, CEO, ArkKonsult, discussing the Better Utilisation of Investments Leading to Development Act, or the BUILD Act, which President Trump signed into law in October 2018. This legislation is set to increase investment into the continent, in a bid to counter the narrative that China’s influence in Africa is rising, while the US falls off with its ‘America first’ approach.

America’s BUILD Act – a silver lining for Africa

Tension between the two economic giants in the world, China and the United States (US), might have a silver lining for Africa. The administration of president Donald Trump is set to increase investment into the continent, in a bid to counter the narrative that China's influence in Africa is rising, while the US falls off with its 'America first' approach.

Trade improves human wellbeing

Does anyone think Americans would be richer if each of the fifty states had restrictions on trade with the other states? That's the interesting question that Martin Wolf, Associate Editor at the Financial Times, asks in his book Why Globalization Works.

Trade Finance in Africa: Overcoming Challenges

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has released its second Trade Finance in Africa survey report: “Trade Finance in Africa: Overcoming Challenges”. Building on the...

Africa’s supply chains need strengthening

If Africa wants to change how it trades with the rest of the world, it needs to start by rethinking how it trades with...

Policy Advocacy – The liberal bottom up approach?

According to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) a transparent, predictable and efficient regulatory and administrative framework leads to an effective Policy Advocacy. In a study...

Blockchain set to free international trade from paper!

The paper Bill of Lading has been the foremost shipping document for centuries, and even today is all pervasive.  Around 90% of international trade takes...

Billions vanishing from trade!

"Significant amounts of lost revenue and foreign exchange earnings to the state due to trade misinvoicing (underinvoicing and overinvoicing) have devastating implications for African countries - most of which are commodity dependent,” says Prof Charles Adjasi, head of the Development Finance programmes of the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB).

FUEL LEVY INCREASE – DOOM & GLOOM?

"With several economists of the opinion that the price of petrol and the fuel levy will continue to rise this year, the knock-on impact...

INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY IMPERATIVE

China is currently going through a tough phase in its development, but it is applying some clever tactics that should fire up its economic...
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