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Impressively, 6 of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world are in sub-saharan Africa. Many of these countries are also planning some large development projects, such as the Great Inga Dam in the Republic of Congo, the Kigali railway project, Konza City in Kenya, the Ethio-Djibouti railway, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, the Jasper Power Project, and the Lagos Metro Blue Line.
Check out this infographic, exploring the rising of Africa over the past decade and the best prospects in the continent.
The nightmare for Cyprus started in March 2013. The country’s banking sector faced a sudden squeeze. The two biggest players – Bank of Cyprus and Marfin Laiki Bank – were in danger of a collapse which would have sparked a huge negative shock for the island’s economy. Read more
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