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Ethiopia’s Exports: Exploring the Richness of Africa’s Largest Coffee Producer

Ethiopia, a country situated in the Horn of Africa, is widely regarded as the cradle of coffee, with a legacy that has been intricately woven into its economy and culture..

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How Pipeline Theft and Subsidies Are Impacting Nigeria’s Oil Economy

Nigeria, Africa’s largest oil producer, has been facing two primary issues in its oil economy—pipeline theft and fuel subsidies—undermining the sector’s potential and impacting the nation’s economy. Pipeline theft, often.

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Egypt’s Non-Oil Sector Shows Signs of Growth

In June, Egypt’s non-oil private sector showed improvement, buoyed by easing price pressures and increased demand following foreign investments from the UAE and an expanded IMF deal. According to a.

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Soaring Over Antananarivo: Madagascar’s Cable Car Revolution

Madagascar, an island nation situated off the southeastern coast of Africa, has embarked on a pioneering initiative to revolutionize urban mobility in its capital city, Antananarivo, by launching a cutting-edge.

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CPPI’s Top 10 Seaports in Africa

When one talks about global trade, the shipping and maritime sector is first to mind. According to the International Chambers of Shipping, over 90% of goods are transported by ship..

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Copper Mining and Zambia’s Debt Crisis

Copper mining is the backbone of Zambia’s economy, contributing significantly to GDP, export earnings, and employment. In 2020, copper accounted for more than 70% of Zambia’s export revenue. According to.

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Are African Refineries Accelerating Global Oil Sector Decline?

The conversation surrounding the global oil sector has increasingly focused on the role of African refineries and their potential impact on the industry’s trajectory. Africa, home to significant oil reserves.

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Energy Solutions Driving Sustainability in Nigeria

Nigeria has seen its fair share of challenges in meeting growing energy demands while simultaneously addressing environmental concerns and working towards sustainable development. As Africa’s most populous country and largest.

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The Declining Oil Production Factor on Libya’s Economy

Libya’s economy has long been synonymous with oil, with hydrocarbon exports historically contributing the lion’s share of the country’s revenue. However, the susceptibility of oil prices to global market dynamics.

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Partnerships and Mining issues in Zambia

Mining has been central to Zambia’s economy for almost a century. The Zambian economy has witnessed consistent growth ranging between 5 and 7 percent annually since 2004. This resurgence is.

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