Convergence of Nations Released in French and Portugese


convergence of nations

This week, Jean – Claude Bastos de Morais – an African Entrepreneur, Investor and Innovation Influencer announced that two additional editions of the highly demanded book (The Convergence of Nations) have been released in French and Portuguese, adding up to the previous English version.

The Convergence of Nations is a compilation of essays from thirty authors and underlines Africa’s potential to profit from globalization and secure long-term strategic growth. The Convergence of Nations is an interchange of ideas on politics, economics and arts across an array of topics from human to financial capital, social to physical infrastructure and many other determining themes affecting Africa’s future. The book is an interchange of ideas on
politics, economics and arts across an array of topics from human to financial capital, social to physical infrastructure

The book which was commended by Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank as “a realistic summary of all the big themes affecting Africa’s future”, is an analysis of real-world issues by well-known figures including political economist Kingsley Moghalu, expert global economist Gerard Lyons and well known economist and Africa commentator, Razia Khan.

Jean – Claude, the Founder and Group CEO of Quantum Global, envisions to take the discussion around the book’s key areas to an even wider audience, especially on the African continent itself. He said, “I am determined to deliver innovation and creativity; operating as a positive contributor to Africa’s success narratives and supporting the wider development agenda. The Convergence of Nations is now available in more languages spoken by Africans reaching Anglophone, Francophone and Lusophone speaking countries and those passionate about Africa realizing its potential. This book aims to make a far reaching dissection of the continents burgeoning success narrative. I am grateful to the group of important writers, without whom, we would not have been able to compile such a thoughtful analysis of Africa’s opportunities.”


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