East African infrastructure investments swell – South Africa’s markets recover from Zuma noise – Nigeria’s economy continues to contract – Kenya’s government upsizes domestic credit sales – HH, Lungo tensions continue to rise in Zambia – Tanzania struggles to shore up funding for railway – Tunisia doubles up on rate hikes – Zimbabwe’s electricity authority struggles to settle debt with SA’s Eskom – Gambian authorities crack down on Jammeh affiliates – Cameroon gets concessional loans from World Bank
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But some of the momentum will be lost over the coming weeks as the impact of the global slowdown in trade and economic activity resonates through Latin America, Itau analysis indicates.
Mar 17, 2020
Atlas Renewable Energy sold a USD253mn private placement in US markets this week to refinance debt linked to two solar PV power plants in Chile, the largest US solar green private placement out of Latin America to date.
Mar 4, 2020
Mark Mobius, Director of Mobius Capital Partners gives his outlook for 2020
Jan 2, 2020
With a pipeline that includes transforming deserted islands into resort towns and near empty coastal beaches into cities the size of Washington DC, and increasing the proportion of homeownership to 70% of occupants, there are few if any examples that seem to rival the scale of ambition – or the interconnectedness and complexity of the challenges – entailed by the Saudi government’s bid to rapidly…
Dec 13, 2019