Mauritius is widely recognized and internationally acclaimed as the foremost investment gateway into Africa. The country is the eastern-most part of Africa and is a member of the African Union and other economic blocs. Its prime location in the Indian Ocean, coupled with a buoyant financial system and a safe and secure system of law makes it an ideal base for companies investing in Africa.
Circular Letter of the Minister of Employment and Vocational Training of 22/06/2022, Concerning the Modalities for Obtaining Work Permits
The Cameroonian Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Mr. Issa Tchiroma Bakari has issued a circular letter dated 27 June 2022, reminding employers in the
The Innovations of the 2022 Finance Law: A Review of the Major Fiscal Measures to Broaden the Tax Base and Ameliorate the Business Climate in Cameroon – Part IV
Part 4 of this piece is dedicated to discussing the fiscal measures related to import and export operations.
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)
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
Following the announcement by the country’s Energy Minister Suhail Al-Mazrouei, in November 2021, the United Arab Emirates began construction on the first green hydrogen plant in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates has announced plans to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and has stated that it will oversee investments in renewable energy totaling 600 billion dirhams ($163 billion).
Als zweitgrößte Volkswirtschaft des afrikanischen Kontinents und Deutschlands wichtigster Handelspartner in Afrika rückt der südafrikanische Sektor der erneuerbaren Energien zunehmend in den Fokus deutscher KMU.
Africa is still grappling with the crisis of energy poverty—a problem that is only becoming more acute as a result of a decline in investment