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Africa's goods and services account for a mere 3 percent of global trade, with no sign of robust growth over the past few years.
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The New Deal on Energy for Africa, which aims to accelerate energy investments to reach universal access to electricity by 2025, was the subject of a press conference at the 2016 World Economic For
With so much yet-to-be discovered or exploited sources of natural energy, Africa is fully capable of meeting its own energy needs.
Senior African women officials and female youth outline their vision for Africa at the 25 Summit of the African Union Commission, which was dedicated to the 2015 Year of Women’s Empowerment and Dev
Solomon Asamoah, vice president for infrastructure and private sector matters at the African Development Bank, challenges those who say that climate finance issues are not relevant to Africa, only
The objective of COP21 (the 2015 global climate change talks in Paris) is to change the world.