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The Anglos Are Coming To Francophone Africa With An Appetite For Investment

As one investor described it at the SuperReturn Africa Private Equity Conference in December ... Cote d’Ivoire is the star child of emerging markets. The World Bank estimates that it may remain Africa’s fastest growing economy in 2017.

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