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In Conversation with... Andrew Skipper

As Hogan Lovells launches its new Africa campaign 'Be a mountain, or lean on one', we speak to the head of Africa, Andrew Skipper on why he feels the new frontier of African businesses will ...

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Developing mobile payments in Africa

Mobile Network Operator (MNO) Orange announced on 7 September 2016 that it had obtained E-money licences in 4 African countries (Senegal, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea) and was ...

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In conversation with... Edward George

Hogan Lovells' Africa Practice presents the 'In Conversation' series – a collection of interviews with leading industry and legal experts to share their views and experiences of...

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Building Blocs to Free Trade in Africa

A number of African countries have consolidated to create regional trade blocs. Each trade bloc has its own goals and objectives, but in essence they all aim to achieve economic prosperity...

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Brexit: Britain sneezes – will Africa catch a cold?

The UK has voted to leave the European Union (the "EU") in an historic referendum and its ramifications will inevitably be felt across the globe. So what does this mean for Sub-Saharan...

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The Fight for Power

Sub-Saharan Africa is currently the most electricity-poor region in the world with two out of three Africans having no access to electricity. We only need to consider how reliant we are on...

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Africa - The land of opportunity

Africa continues to show much promise as a land rich with opportunities for investment, despite recent reports that growth in the continent has slowed down. We're all aware that it...

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