Mali/France – Bamako: SBM accueille SEM Hollande

2019/15/02 – Le Premier ministre Soumeleylou Boubèye Maïga a accueilli, ce vendredi,à l’aéroport international Président Modibo Keïta Senou, l’ancien président de la République française, Son Excellence Monsieur François Hollande.

Le Président Hollande, accompagné de l’ancien ministre de l’Economie et des Finances Michel Sapin,entreprend une visite de quelques heures dans notre pays.

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Turkish, Hungarian officials, businessmen eager to make joint investments in Africa

2019/14/02 – Officials and businessmen from Turkey and Hungary expressed their desire to realize joint projects and investments in Africa, with businessmen seeking to produce solutions to the continent’s problems and play an active role in its development with their experience and know-how.Turkish and Hungarian officials and businessmen came together at the 2nd Turkey-Hungary Africa Business Forum organized by the Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEİK) in Istanbul Wednesday. Continuer à lire … « Turkish, Hungarian officials, businessmen eager to make joint investments in Africa »

Russia /Africa – Afreximbank ropes in Russian companies to invest in railway projects in Africa

2018/02/12 – The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) said on Friday it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Russian Railways and the Russian Export Center (REC) to cooperate in implementing export and investment projects in the railway sector in Africa.Under the terms of the MoU, the parties will undertake mutual consultations on export and investment projects abroad and by jointly developing project financing schemes in the sector. Continuer à lire … « Russia /Africa – Afreximbank ropes in Russian companies to invest in railway projects in Africa »

Dubai to host ‘Africa Investment Conference’

2018/05/11 – On Wednesday, the fifth « Africa Investment Conference » will be held at the Four Seasons Resort in Dubai.The two-day conference, which will be hosted by the African Legal Network, aims to promote investments in Africa and encourage discussions on critical issues facing the continent, and is expected to attract more than 400 representatives and will include speakers from many companies, government departments and research centres. Continuer à lire … « Dubai to host ‘Africa Investment Conference’ »

Chine-Afrique – Un rapport sur la coopération amicale sino-africaine publié à Beijing

2018/09/11 – Un rapport d’un groupe de réflexion intitulé « Une nouvelle ère dans la coopération amicale sino-africaine » a été publié lundi à Beijing.

Le rapport, publié conjointement par l’Institut des études sur l’Asie occidentale et l’Afrique et le Bureau de la coopération internationale, tous deux relevant de l’Académie des sciences sociales de Chine, est composé d’un rapport principal intitulé « Nouvelles réalisations, nouvelles opportunités, nouvelle vision » et de huit rapports thématiques. Continuer à lire … « Chine-Afrique – Un rapport sur la coopération amicale sino-africaine publié à Beijing »

Lavrov plans to discuss energy and conflicts in Africa with Foreign Minister of Eritrea

2018/08/31 – Acording to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the ministers « plan to discuss the prospects for increasing investment partnership in trade and the economy »

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is going to meet with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea Osman Saleh Mohammed on Friday in Sochi, the parties will consider prospects for cooperation in trade, energy, education, and the resolution of conflicts in Africa. Continuer à lire … « Lavrov plans to discuss energy and conflicts in Africa with Foreign Minister of Eritrea »

Theresa May in Africa: cynical post-Brexit development agenda smacks of desperation

20128/08/30 – British ministers in 1948 discussed development investment needs for African colonial territories. The focus was not on the needs of those countries, but on how colonial development might best support the British economy. There was also a political calculation to be considered. Following the rebalancing of global power after 1945, ministers felt that only by strengthening Europe’s African empires could an emergent Western European bloc compete with the US and Soviet blocs. Now, 70 years on, “Africa” remains a shibboleth for British politicians, only this time as the solution to the problem of how Britain can maintain global power and influence following its departure from that Western European bloc under Brexit. Continuer à lire … « Theresa May in Africa: cynical post-Brexit development agenda smacks of desperation »