Most Sub-Saharan African nations have started experiencing inflation pressures that could threaten the region’s growth story.
Analysts expect Kenya to issue its debut Eurobond before the summer as the government moves to rebase gross domestic product, a move which would grant the country middle-income status.
Political bickering over a new constitution could delay the country’s natural gas bill until after 2015 elections.
Egyptian Exchange chairman Mohamed Omran told Zawya that Nile Stock Exchange aims for listing of 50% of SME industry in next five years.
Ras Al Khaimah International Airport (RAK Airport) will tender its cargo cluster expansion during the second half of this year, its CEO told Zawya in an exclusive interview.
Non-Gulf countries account for only 10% of the massive USD 2.5 trillion in projects spending, highlighting under-investment in infrastructure and real estate across the Middle East and North Africa.
The ex-Soviet state steps up to the plate as fears grow over a supply squeeze due to the Ukraine-Russia fallout.