With China becoming the world’s primary manufacturer, it makes perfect sense that Africa’s leadership would turn East instead of looking West for the same old economic results. This ‘race’ is a monumental shift that warrants further analysis.
Editor’s note: China is clearly the world’s number one manufacturing nation. No doubts about that. Russia on the other hand is, arguably, the world’s most resource-rich nation…
The bank’s new forecast is that the world economy will expand by 3.1% this year before slowing slightly. It will be the first time since the financial crisis that growth is operating at its full potential.
A US-based business and public policy expert has lauded Equity Bank’s business model for easing access to formal financial services among low-income earners.
According to Techcrunch, an online magazine, a native cryptocurrency may afford Telegram’s payment system “enormous independence from any government or bank”
Editor’s note: One thing that I find remarkable about China’s meteoric rise as a global manufacturing powerhouse is the simple fact that they are able to adapt quickly without much fanfare – unlike most other countries on the planet.
Seven Kenyan factories have been ranked among the world’s best specialty coffee producers, putting the farmers on the path to better earnings for their produce in the international market.
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