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AFRICAN ECHO BUSINESS NEWS
Complied by Cass Gilroy-Business Editor
Africa becomes an appetising Chinese takeaway
Entrepreneurship may be down to our genetics!
Speed Networking at Enterprise Week 2006
Land!, the new investment for black people
Women take the lead in entrepreneurial endeavours
BAME managers targeted by get ahead programme
Birmingham invites tenders for small scale office and household removals
Ghana losing 100 million Euros per year on timber
155 m Euros for road sector in Ethiopia
Eritrean construction of road networks in Massawa finalised
Sale of stake in Letseng Diamond Mine to cut JCI's liabilities
Drop in Namibia’s economic ranking cause for concern'
AngloGold Ashanti expected to lose 10,000 ounces of gold this year from Obuasi mine
Brazilian exports to Angola estimated at $750 million
Uganda tourism to benefit from Chinese
Zimbabwe government agree on bread price with bakers
“Sierra Leone is Ready for Business”
An exclusive interview granted Nana Sifa Twum (African Echo) by Professor Septimus Kaikai, Saleone Minister for Information & Broadcasting

Economic prospect for Liberia is bright,according to Chinese envoy
Kenya to benefit from $140 million Nile Basin plan
 

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