Stable governance is all that stands in the country’s way, says the Middle East Association’s chief executive.
Total investment, jobs and capex all on the slide, although Kenya and Ghana are improving.
A draft law has brought increased FDI a step closer.
Anas Al-Saleh reassures cabinet after post-Brexit market chaos.
FDI could help Gulf Co-operation Council member countries diversify their oil-reliant economies, but it would require a proactive and coordinated approach by governments, local businesses and foreign investors, writes Yousuf Hamad of Oman's Supreme Council for Planning.
Its categorisation as a 'least developed country' says much about Lesotho's current economic condition, but the country's deputy prime minister, Mothetjoa Metsing, tells Natasha Turak how the government is investing in its people and improving its business climate to attract more FDI and boost its economic outlook.
The urgent need for jobs in landlocked Lesotho has led the government to pursue a strategy of investing in training, education and labour-intensive industries, while addressing issues such as corruption and the ease of doing business in the country.
AJS Transport and Logistics built its business during Angola’s 27-year civil war, during which time it learned the value of investment in communities and personnel, as CEO Luis Silva explains to Natasha Turak.
Iran is reconnecting to the world via the air, joining the other Gulf countries that invest heavily in the aerospace and defence sector.
Giorgi Kvirikashvili, the prime minister of Georgia, tells Courtney Fingar how he is hoping his tax reforms, reduction in red tape and infrastructure improvements will help attract further inflows from the countries of the Middle East.
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