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Africa Power

The scale of need and opportunity for power and infrastructure project development in Africa remains colossal. In the 49 countries of sub-Saharan Africa, only approximately one-third of people have access to electricity, only two-thirds have access to running water, and transport access, density and quality rates are low even when compared to equivalent nations.

This report explores how utility-scale renewable energy projects are being deployed across sub-Saharan Africa. It covers the decisions that have been taken and their successes and failures; the persisting hurdles and new opportunities; and how experiences in individual countries are informing deployment decisions in others.

 

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Global bribery and corruption webcast

Members of our Global Bribery and Corruption Task Force brings you a 75 minute interactive webcast which will examine trends and provide an update on topics covered in our Global bribery...

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Nigeria Open For Business

Written by Ademola Bamgbose, London.

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Internationalization of the Renminbi: where have we come from and where do we go next?

Amidst all the background noise about possible trade wars and retaliatory measures, it seems like a good time to take a step back and reflect on one of the most emblematic representations...

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