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Jun 01, 2012
The fact that world crude oil production has been stagnant since 2005 is now commonly acknowledged. But for all the world’s net oil-importing countries – including South Africa – the crucial oil supply variable is total world oil exports, rather than total...
Jun 29, 2011
Senior Angolan cabinet members will once again head up a high-level, expert government delegation addressing prospective investors at the annual iPAD* Angola investment forum which is taking place in Luanda, Angola from 13-16 September. The conference and exhibition...
Apr 07, 2011
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) said that the volume of exports in 2011 world trade growth should settle at about 6,5%, which was modest compared with 2010’s record breaking 14,5% surge in export volumes. “The sharp rise in trade volumes last year enabled...
Aug 27, 2010
Mozambique represents a significant investment opportunity in the gas industry owing to its substantial reserves of natural gas and strategic location as a gateway to the Middle East and Far East. This has been highlighted in the ‘Southern African Oil and Gas...
Sep 08, 2009
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After more than two decades of economic decline and stagnation, African economies have started to grow in tandem with the rest of the world, and this, a World Bank economist said, could partly be attributed to improved macroeconomic policies.
 
 
 
 
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