The Mauritian legal system is a composite system of laws which blends both the French civil law and the British common law practices, characterized by a duality of concepts – the French substantive laws and the English procedural laws, respectively. In addition to its welcoming legal framework and ideal geographical position at the crossroads of…
Cameroon is located in Central Africa. It shares borders with Nigeria, a country spotlight that already exists through our Africa Investment guides
Modern onshore wind turbines—some of which stand more than 160 meters tall—are a common sight in many countries, supplying electricity to tens of millions of households while also providing employment for millions of people.
You are here: Home Investment Guide Business Formation and Regulation Foreign Participation Employment Taxation Importation and Exportation of Goods Real Property Acquisition Data Protection Dispute Resolution Industry Spotlight 1. INTRODUCTION Mauritius has established itself as an important financial hub for investment in Asia and Africa. The island with just over 1.3 million inhabitants is known…
You are here: Home Investment Guide Incorporation Foreign Participation Employment Taxes Investment Protection Mechanisms Real Property Acquisition Tech Start-ups Data Protection Dispute Resolution 1. INCORPORATION Business entities, processes and requirements. Business entities When it comes to carrying out activities within the framework of a commercial company in Cameroon, the law allows a choice of one…
The growth of electric vehicles (EVs) has been particularly strong over the last three years, despite the fact that the global pandemic has reduced the market for conventional automobiles and that manufacturers have begun to experience supply chain bottlenecks. In 2019, 2.2 million electric
On 20 April – 21 April 2022, following the recently concluded Finnovex East Africa conference, attended by Caitlin Naidoo, our IT & FinTech Practice Coordinator, she shares her insight on the state of IT and FinTech in Africa.
The case for a rapid clean energy transition has never been stronger or more obvious than it is now, in the wake of the Ukrainian invasion. The EU imports 90% of its natural gas needs, with Russia accounting for approximately 45% of those imports and different levels of contribution between Member States.
Mauritius has been dubbed by its Economic Development Board (“EDB”) (the statutory body responsible for the promotion of investment in Mauritius)
India’s climate change targets are commendable, and they place the onus squarely on the already wealthy nations to demonstrate that they are serious about combating climate change.
Amid the current crisis in Ukraine, many commentators have emphasized the role that Africa might play in ‘Europe’s energy dilemma and rescue’. As NJ Ayuk, the Chairman of the African Energy Chamber (AEC), who recently visited the Forschungszentrum Jülich to find out more about its Hydrogen Africa