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Chinese firms have made major investments in African infrastructure, targeting key sectors such as telecommunications, transport, construction, power plants, waste disposal and port refurbishment. Given the scale of Africa’s infrastructure deficit, these investments represent a vital contribution to the continent’s development. according to a recent report by PwC.
Jun 18, 2013
The feature topic of PwC's Trade & Finance Spring 2013 is the dynamic economic development of China and the challenges facing the new government in Beijing
May 27, 2013
Economic resilience is a strategic mindset of preparedness and opportunity, through times of change and crisis. Read our collection of thought leadership to find out why it belongs in your corporate DNA.
May 9, 2013
This new report concludes that the emerging economies are set to grow much faster than the G7 over the next four decades. Figures for average growth in GDP in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms show Nigeria leading the way over the period from 2012 to 2050, followed by Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.
Jan 16, 2013