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With Sukuk & Innovation Driving New Growth Momentum, the Prospects for Islamic Finance in Africa Look Increasingly Promising
Despite being in the early phases of development, the Islamic finance industry in Africa is fast gaining the attention of key stakeholders including central banks & regulatory authorities, as well as the leading international Islamic financial institutions and investors seeking to tap into high-growth opportunities on the continent
“The authorities should advance rapidly with critical reforms aimed at translating investment into strong, inclusive, and job-creating growth,” says the IMF’s mission chief for Djibouti Eric Mottu.
The International Islamic Banking Summit Africa Djibouti 2016 opened today with more than 250 Islamic finance leaders seeking to harness the driving forces for the successful development of Islamic finance in Africa
The Islamic finance industry offers a number of key value propositions to markets in Africa as government agencies, international Islamic financial institutions, as well as emerging local players and central banks seek to tap into the opportunities that will drive vital economic development priorities on the continent
New GSMA Report Sees Rise in Mobile Broadband and Smartphone Adoption across Middle East and North Africa
Mobile Helping to Grow Innovative New Services, Connect the Unconnected and Create Employment Across Diverse Region
Colloque international à la FAO du 15 au 17 février 2016
La corruption gagne du terrain et les gouvernements sont impuissants à enrayer le phénomène, d’après le sondage d’opinion mené en Afrique
Transparency International estime que 75 millions d’Africains ont versé un pot-de-vin au cours de l’année dernière
Co-Investment with Private Equity funds, purchase of private equity businesses, and direct buyouts most significant modes of FDI entry for Gulf investors interested in Sub-Saharan Africa
SwissLeaks money connected to Kenya is six and half times higher share of GDP than the money connected to Spain
Illicit Financial Flows: Significant Impediment to Achieving Sustainable Development Goal #6 — Ensuring Healthy Lives
Analysis of illicit financial flows (IFFs) in the poorest nations shows that from 2008 – 2012 IFFs swamped national health spending in many countries. The IFF/Health Spending ratios provided below give an indication of the challenge some countries will face in achieving Sustainable Development Goals #6.
We are delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new initiative from the Central Bank of Djibouti. The International Islamic Banking Summit Africa is an innovative new landmark gathering which will convene global industry leaders to boost economic development and facilitate greater trade and investment ﬂows between Africa and the OIC markets through Islamic ﬁnance. Hosted by The Central Bank of Djibouti and held under the Patronage of the President of Republic of Djibouti, the launch of the International Islamic Banking Summit Africa will bring a dynamic new platform to explore the opportunities for Islamic ﬁnance in Africa.
Une étude a démontré que, d’ici 2020, l’expérience du client prévaudra sur le produit et le prix en termes de différenciateurs de marque
The Mediterranean sea has become a graveyard for Africa’s youth. Every day, we see images of what would appear to be a continent racked by conflict and poverty, and people risking – often losing – their lives in an attempt to flee . Yet Africa has 11 of the 20 fastest growing economies in the world. Africa has enormous resources, and almost half of the world’s uncultivated land that is suitable for growing food crops. So why are so many people desperate to leave behind a land of such opportunity?
The core of informational technology usage conception in public administration is all about Joint Information Center and public communication supervision and an interaction logging that is held by information management system. The system includes automated online rating of particular public servants and managers and whole state agency. All citizens’ unfilled requests escalate to the superior level of public administration until dispute would be settled. This conception enables marketing of public communication on the state level.