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Oil companies divided over Libya’s future

Oil companies are finding it harder to make the case for investment in Libya

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Angola levies consumption tax on oil groups

Petroleum companies are denied exemption on consumption tax, exposing them to costs of 10 percent

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Côte d’Ivoire plans return to international bond markets

The west African nation will issue up to $1bn of CFA-denominated debt on euro markets before launching a eurobond in 2014

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Strategic investors boost M&A in Egypt

Investor interest remains strong despite sharp fall in M&A

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Ghana investment: Under new management

“Ghana is proactively positioning itself as the Ecowas hub country”

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South Africa: Anti-trust action taken against MTN and Vodacom

MTN and Vodacom face criticism of anti-competitive practices in South African market

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Randgold Resources seeks arbitration in Mali tax dispute

After nearly two decades in Mali, Randgold Resources seeks arbitration for the first time over a tax dispute.

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Nigeria lures mining investors

Nigeria is trying to redevelop a long-forgotten mining sector, in a bid to diversify its heavily oil dependent economy

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Re-thinking growth

“Stakeholders can work together in partnerships towards sustainable long-term solutions.”

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JP Morgan backs the Gates Foundation health fund

A new health investment fund could unlock vital finance for medical trials for diseases affecting the world's poor

GSK's new Africa strategy: Volume for impact

Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline's vice president for East Africa, Allan Pamba, talks to This Is Africa about the company's outlook on the continent's shifting healthcare needs.

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