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ENS | Africa, Angola, Botswana, etc. | 23 Oct 2023

Africa Business in Brief - Issue 519

The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group’s chief economist, Professor Kevin Chika Urama, has urged entrepreneurs in Nordic countries and Ireland…
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ENS | Africa, Ethiopia, Global, etc. | 20 Aug 2023

Africa Business in Brief - Issue 510

With its ability to sink carbon, sustain marine biodiversity, employ women, and unlock value chains, seaweed farming demonstrates how development…
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ENS | Africa, Burundi, Egypt, etc. | 13 Aug 2023

Africa Business in Brief - Issue 509

The African Development Bank (AfDB) is joining forces with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to advance the implementation of the…
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ENS | South Sudan | 1 Aug 2023

South Sudan - trade mark reservation now possible

In South Sudan, the legislative deadlock of the Intellectual Property Bill of 2015 continues, awaiting enactment by parliament. This means it…
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Marks & Clerk | South Sudan | 7 Jul 2023

Trade Mark protection in South Sudan update

The Ministry of IP in South Sudan (The Ministry) has announced that it is allowing trade mark owners to “reserve” their trade marks, applications for…
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ENS | Africa, Asia-Pacific, Benin, etc. | 25 Jun 2023

Africa Business in Brief - Issue 502

On Wednesday, 20 June, the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) in Accra launched the Africa Trade Gateway (ATG), a suite of five digital…
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ENS | Africa, Congo-Brazzaville, Ethiopia, etc. | 28 May 2023

Africa Business in Brief - Issue 498

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Coordination Compact has issued the following statement, in…
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ENS | Africa, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, etc. | 26 Feb 2023

Africa Business in Brief | Issue 485 | 26 FEB 2023

A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) says the world’s top 1% of emitters produce more than 1 000 times more carbon dioxide (CO2)…
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