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AFRICAN ECHO BUSINESS NEWS
Complied by Cass Gilroy-Business Editor
Bill Gates- 400 million Africans will access ICTs by 2010
London’s largest annual business survey shows female owned businesses on the rise
Business Link for London drives “Start It Up! Truck” around London
British Small Business Champions 2007 looking for nominations
Fraud bill providing wrong solution to exaggerated problem, says Hughes
Women in business have 'no regrets', according to Everywoman study
New survey shows small firms made of strong stuff
Oil firms told to fight poverty in Africa
Morocco reports slight fall in unemployment
Sierra Leone’s bank governor lobbies America and China
Ghanaian government spends 97 billion cedis on mass cocoa spraying
Denmark signs agreement to support Mozambique’s communications sector
EU discuss entrepreneurship between Africa and Europe
Black gold nets Nigeria $400 million over 50 years
Tunisia increase their investments in renewable wind power
The human cost of Kenya’s cut flower industry
Merrill Lynch queries Mittal's capacity in South Africa
Uganda use oil to help reduce poverty in the country
Zimbabwe government forced to import maize from South Africa
Egyptian businessmen looking to invest in Angolan market
Commercial Bank of Eritrea rendering effective service, according economic sources
Botswana property company invests in Tanzania
Ethiopian coffee farmers union to introduce quality coffees to Chinese consumers
Namibian government and De Beers make breakthrough on gems deal
 

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