Nigeria’s economy is one of the biggest on the continent, and like all other economic industries, the aviation industry is one of the most rewarding for investors. The growing demand for aviation services in Nigeria has encouraged many airlines to establish or plan to establish operations in Nigeria.
Con el propósito de reforzar nuestro compromiso con la industria energética africana, nos sentimos orgullosos de haber patrocinado la Semana de la Energía Africana 2022, que tuvo lugar del 18 al 21 de octubre en Ciudad del Cabo (Sudáfrica). La conferencia reunió a los líderes del sector energético africano a los principales operadores y subcontratistas, a las instituciones financieras y a reputadas empresas de asesoramiento empresarial para mantener un intenso diálogo centrado en los problemas de la industria energética.
To reinforce our commitment to the African energy industry, we were proud to sponsor the African Energy Week 2002 which took place from October 18-21, in Cape Town, South Africa. The conference brought together African energy sector leaders and stakeholders, major operators and subcontractors, financial institutions and reputable business advisory companies for an intense dialogue focused on issues in the energy industry.
The Fintech sector in Nigeria is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country. Nigeria is home to over 200 fintech companies including several fintech
Since the establishment of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) in 2018, by the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, the AfCFTA is the largest free trade area in the world measured by the number of countries participating. There has been much talk, especially in the circles of legal practitioners, concerning the operation of the AfCFTA and its impact on the businesses of their multinational clients.
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.