FAO and FMO, the Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank have launched a partnership to increase investments in favor of SMEs and small-scale producers operating within the agribusiness sector in developing countries.
The Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Cooperation of the Republic of Senegal to enhance economic cooperation between the two countries.
The African Development Bank has signed off on its €12.5 million equity investment in Adiwale Fund 1, a first-generation private equity fund targeting high growth potential Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in francophone West Africa.
The journey towards realization of a business park at flower grower Oserian Development Company’s expansive farm in Naivasha has kicked off in earnest following the signing of a $10 million investment by Dubai-based Maxim Agri.
Francophone Africa’s burgeoning hospitality market continues to be a critical opportunity for “global hospitality brands and investors,” says the host of the second annual bilingual FrancoReal Property Investment Forum, Kfir Rusin.
Nairobi will this week host the EIB Eastern Africa SME and Microfinance Banking Forum that will seek to improve the economic and social impact of private sector financing supported by the lending arm of the European Union in East Africa.
The Board of Directors of the AfDB has approved a total funding of 138 million euros for the Tunisian Electricity and Gas Company (STEG) to implement the project development and equipment of the electricity transmission network.
JSE CEO, Dr Leila Fourie together with CEO of Allianz SE, Oliver Bäte co-chaired the UN's Global Investors for Sustainable Development Alliance (GISD) initiative at the UN headquarters in New York yesterday.
Sudan and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) have entered into a new €77.7 million programme that aims to increase food security and ensure access to natural resources in the country.
Angola is on the list of African countries whose economic recovery has remained weak, a situation that is “weighing” on the region's prospects, according to the report of the 20th edition of Africa's Pulse.
Mombasa is Kenya’s global gateway and plays an important role as the logistics and economic hub for East Africa. With its strategic location, the port and its infrastructure projects are attracting a lot of international investment.