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I see the future investment trend being South 2 South with Asia, Africa & Middle East collaborating more effectively.

you are right there needs to be more information sharing and awareness of the ample opportunities Africa provides.

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Given the large amount of capital available within the middle east and low knowledge of the African market, especially sub-Saharan; i think a community within the middle east could be invaluable helping connect investors here with african opportunities 

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Yaschin created a new question:

Given the large amount of capital available within the middle east and low knowledge of the African market, especially sub-Saharan; i think a community within the middle east could be invaluable helping connect investors here with african opportunities 

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Yaschin created a new question:

Given the large amount of capital available within the middle east and low knowledge of the African market, especially sub-Saharan; i think a community within the middle east could be invaluable helping connect investors here with african opportunities 

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Many companies in Africa can use the talents and services of its emigrated citizens. Many like myself want to come back home. What will it take for companies to smooth the process of transition? How much of effort can be leveraged for both parties to mutually benefit from each other?

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Many companies in Africa can use the talents and services of its emigrated citizens. Many like myself want to come back home. What will it take for companies to smooth the process of transition? How much of effort can be leveraged for both parties to mutually benefit from each other?

Akida, your question is very loaded. Many African countries are under the "emerging markets" umbrella. These countries are perceived to have some level of control over socio-economic, legal, political, technology, and more recently, a considerable lock on security/terrorism assets. For these countries, the political will to discuss the 'brain-drain ...

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Up to 40% of Kenya's newly-trained doctors leave the country each year and 1 in 9 university-educated Africans lives outside the continent - a 50% growth over the past 10 years.  In total, African migrants have doubled between 1980 and 2010, reaching 30.6 million in 2014, according to ...