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AllAfrica.com
Oxford Report Highlights New Role for LPGA new report by Oxford Business Group (OBG) has identified a new role that Liqu
Oxford Report Highlights New Role for LPG
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
A new report by Oxford Business Group (OBG) has identified a new role that Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), popularly called cooking gas, could play in Nigeria. OBG is a global publishing, research and consultancy firm, which publishes economic... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Drop in Oil Prices Accelerates Algeria's Efforts to Diversify EconomyLondon — Drop in oil prices has accelerated Algeria's efforts for the diversifi
Drop in Oil Prices Accelerates Algeria's Efforts to Diversify Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
London — Drop in oil prices has accelerated Algeria's efforts for the diversification of its economy and pushed for its opening up to further private and foreign investments, said Oxford Business Group (OBG) in its latest annual report. The drop of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
OBG - President Bouteflika Has Brought 'Great Stability' to AlgeriaLondon — President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika has brought "great stab
OBG - President Bouteflika Has Brought 'Great Stability' to Algeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
London — President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika has brought "great stability" to Algeria and "a return to normalcy" for the country since his election the first time in 1999, the Oxford Business Group (OBG) stated in its annual... Read more
10d
Zawya
Egypt Year in Review 2015EgyptEgypt Year in Review 2015 The Egyptian economy is expected to continue growing
Egypt Year in Review 2015Egypt
Zawya / Posted 10 days ago
Egypt Year in Review 2015 The Egyptian economy is expected to continue growing at a steady pace in the coming months, with key sectors, such as manufacturing and ICT, looking particularly promising. However, headwinds from a jittery global economy... Read more
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Zawya
Bahrain Year in Review 2015 Growth is forecast to moderate somewhat in 2016, however, to 3.2%, as per IMF
Bahrain Year in Review 2015
Zawya / Posted 17 days ago
Growth is forecast to moderate somewhat in 2016, however, to 3.2%, as per IMF estimates.Energy impact The more modest performance of 2015 was largely due to lower oil prices, which have eroded Bahrain's export earnings... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Team South Africa Wraps Up Programme at WEFPretoria — Team South Africa on Saturday concluded a successful programme at th
Team South Africa Wraps Up Programme at WEF
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
Pretoria — Team South Africa on Saturday concluded a successful programme at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, says the Presidency. President Jacob Zuma led a high-powered Team South Africa delegation and delivered the message... Read more
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Zawya
Dubai Year in Review 2015UAEDubai Year in Review 2015 Looking ahead, Dubai's drive to create a knowledge-l
Dubai Year in Review 2015UAE
Zawya / Posted 18 days ago
Dubai Year in Review 2015 Looking ahead, Dubai's drive to create a knowledge-led economy is set to gather further steam, bolstered by legal reforms and project rollouts that took place in 2015 against the backdrop of the UAE's "Year of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Jacob Zuma Concludes Successful Programme At 2016 World Economic ForumTeam South Africa today Saturday 23 January 2016 concluded a successful program
President Jacob Zuma Concludes Successful Programme At 2016 World Economic Forum
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Team South Africa today Saturday 23 January 2016 concluded a successful programme at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. President Zuma, led a high powered Team South Africa delegation and delivered the message that South Africa is... Read more
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iol.co.za
Investors still keen on SA: PresidencyPretoria – The overwhelming sentiment emanating from the 2016 World Economic Fo
Investors still keen on SA: Presidency
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
Pretoria – The overwhelming sentiment emanating from the 2016 World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, is that investors continue to see South Africa as a preferred investment destination, the presidency said on Saturday. President Jacob... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Team SA celebrates 'positive sentiments' from World Economic Forum in DavosThe high-powered ‘Team South Africa’ led by President Jacob Zuma‚ and which inc
Team SA celebrates 'positive sentiments' from World Economic Forum in Davos
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 20 days ago
The high-powered ‘Team South Africa’ led by President Jacob Zuma‚ and which included cabinet ministers‚ the governor of the Reserve Bank and captains of industry‚ delivered a message that South Africa is open for business to global investors and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mega Projects to Spur Kenya's Growth As Prospects IncreaseKenya's economic growth could rise to 6 per cent this year, backed by governmen
Mega Projects to Spur Kenya's Growth As Prospects Increase
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
Kenya's economic growth could rise to 6 per cent this year, backed by government infrastructure projects amid global economic headwinds. The Oxford Business Group (OBG) has high expectations for the country, placing its expansion above forecasts by... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenyan Economy to Grow By 6 Percent in 2016Nairobi — Kenya's economic growth is expected to accelerate slightly in 2016 to
Kenyan Economy to Grow By 6 Percent in 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
Nairobi — Kenya's economic growth is expected to accelerate slightly in 2016 to 6 percent, according to the Oxford Business Group (OBG). This will be driven primarily by continued infrastructure expenditures for projects such as the Lamu... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Arts luminaries warn world-famous recording studio threatened by 'iceberg' basement plansThe building, which is Grade II listed, sits alongside the £10 million Georgian
Arts luminaries warn world-famous recording studio threatened by 'iceberg' basement plans
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
The building, which is Grade II listed, sits alongside the £10 million Georgian home of Andrew Jeffreys, the chief executive of Oxford Business Group, a research and consultancy firm. Mr Jeffreys and his wife, Elizabeth, have applied to Camden... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Hope, Skepticism Trail N369 Billion Budgetary Provision to Education SectorBy Eno-Abasi Sunday and Ujunwa Atueyi The proposed 2016 budgetary allocation t
Hope, Skepticism Trail N369 Billion Budgetary Provision to Education Sector
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
By Eno-Abasi Sunday and Ujunwa Atueyi The proposed 2016 budgetary allocation to the education sector is N369bn. It falls short of what was the case in the last three years. That not withstanding, it is the largest sectoral allocation to any ministry... Read more

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