Ripe for funding, Egypt is ticking most, but not all, boxes.
Multilaterals to the fore, Angola is one of several engaging with the IMF.
MENA takes Brexit in stride, but economic impacts are real.
Joseph Stiglitz and his mission to save the ‘flawed’ euro
Since the conclusion of the political and economic crisis in 2010, Cote d’Ivoire has flourished in the debt market, more so even than other Sub-Saharan African countries that have benefitted from the hunt for yield. EMEA Finance examines the prospects for the country going forward.
Arab heads of state signed the Damascus Declaration in 2007, a pledge “to take necessary measures and develop competent plans to enhance renewable energies in their countries’ energy portfolios.” Across the Middle East and North Africa today, it looks as if these promises are coming to fruition, with governments actively promoting the growth of the renewable energy sector.