Friday, July 25: Top 10 Business & Finance Must Reads
1. Who Aids Whom? Exposing the True Story of Africa’s $192 Billion Losses
The details about Africa's loss of "almost six and a half times the amount of money that it receives in aid."
Source: Think Africa Press
2. Unleashing the Potential of Ethiopia’s Export Industry
How addressing obstacles in its export sector would help Ethiopia's economic transformation.
Source: World Bank
3. By 2030 Nigeria Could Have A Higher GDP Than The Netherlands or Malaysia
Why the country's problems can't seem to overshadow the investment interest and economic promise.
Source: How We Made It In Africa
4. Deals Worth $900 Million to Be Unveiled at Africa Summit
This week, it was announced that at least $900 million in business deals will be unveiled at the U.S.- Africa Summit.
Source: Business Week
5. Creating A Successful African Business Strategy
What you need to know about launching your business on the continent.
6. Telecoms Industry to Surge in Ethiopia, DRC
How the demand for 3G and 4G data transmission services is increasing activity in the telecom industry.
7. The Wealthiest Unequal Nation in Africa
The economic promise of Equatorial Guinea may not be ale to overshadow the harsh reality of inequality in the nation.
Source: This Is Africa
8. Taking Nigerians Cashless: Q&A with PayPal’s Business Lead for Africa
PayPal is entering the African market. Learn more about their plans for the continent, beginning with their presence in Nigeria.
Source: Venture Burn
9. Nigeria Attractive to Investors Despite Challenges, Says Official
Why the drama of Nigeria's kidnapped girls and the violence of Boko Haram has not discouraged investors from getting a stake in Nigeria's future.
Source: Voice of America
10. Foreign Policy: Germany's All Inclusive Package For Africa
A look at Germany's plan for Africa - a frame work still in progress, but clear about their interest in the continent.
Source: The Africa Report