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AFRICAN ECHO BUSINESS NEWS
Complied by Cass Gilroy-Business Editor
Plans for an East African venture capital fund gathers speed
Government announces roll out of projects
Federation of small Business Conference 2007 takes shape
UK African and Caribbean businesses joins market visit to Ghana
Ed Balls publishes new money laundering regulations
Employment laws mean growing headache for businesses
National skills academy for manufacturing launched in West Midlands
German President calls for European policy shift towards Africa
Ugandan Railway’s assets put up for sale
Omatek Computers to open Ghana factory in March
Differences between competing companies stall mining in South Namibia
Angolan investments reached USD650 million in 2006
Nigeria and India sign pact on software development
Foreign direct investment created almost 1, 800 Jobs in Botswana
Japanese businesses urged to make investments in Mozambique
Companies start the search for oil in Liberia soon
Tanzanian mining industry set to attract overseas investors
Nigeria announce $25 billion project for Niger-Delta region
Cameroon oil leak shows weakness in world bank pipeline
Ghana’s Standard Trust Bank metamorphoses into UBA
High inflation boom for Zimbabwe stock prices
Resources push JSE to fresh records
Trading on the Ghanaian Stock Exchange very active
Africa brokering deals to promote sustainable fisheries
Angola’s Cabinet approves private investment project
Government seeks closer ties between Zambia and Pakistan
New deal with De Beers will give Namibian government more say
ZESCO and TATA seal $150 million deal for South Africa
Kenyan stock market turnover climbs to SH440 Million
Equity trading on the NSE appreciates by 57.58%
Stanbic Bank launched on Ugandan stock market
 

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