Africa Weekly 15042011

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Unformatted text preview: The Africa Weekly Equity research | Pan-Africa | News & Analysis Refer to important terms of use, disclaimers and disclosures on back page. In this week's issue 15 April 2011 Regional s IMF upbeat on Africa growth; MoneyGram looks to African growth; DRC vote 'on track for this year' Southern Africa s Angola: Return to double-digit growth in 2012; Standard Bank to open 12 more branches; Galp to more than double oil production by 2017 s Botswana : IMF revises Botswana's GDP growth forecasts upwards; Letlole la Rona launches IPO, 196m shares at BWP 1.50; New tobacco levy in the offing s Lesotho : Fiscal and BOP position improves during 4Q10 s Malawi : PCL FY10 profit up 37.5%; NBM profits dip 10.5%; IMF revises Malawi growth downwards; Stock market share value jumps by 525% s Mauritius : Inflation accelerates on food, fuel costs; Swan Insurance seeking 15% policy growth; MCB plans to buy all of Fincorp shares s Namibia : Vehicle sales rise; SME sector boost; Auryx Gold discovers two new zones of mineralization; FNB declares special dividend s Swaziland : Govt struggles to raise domestic debt; Protest march turns violent, Union leaders detained; MTN brings broadband opportunities for Swaziland s Zambia : Zambia records over USD 7bn in 2010 exports; Mopani taxi evasion in Zambia reported to NCP; Zambia's Konkola plans USD 172m copper project s Zimbabwe : Industry operating at 45%; Mugabe to proceed with foreign firm takeovers; Insurance fraud riles Afre boss East Africa s Kenya: Haco to set up food processing plant; Safaricom wins cheque truncation contract; BAT to introduce new brands; Fly540 launches flights to Juba s Rwanda : KCB Rwanda reports RWF 2bn loss for FY10; Rwanda takes custody of Libyan-owned hotel; Rwanda elected chair of UN-Habitat Governing Council s Tanzania : Offshore bidding round postponed to 2012; Mining growth projected at 7.7%; DCBs PAT up 71.7% s Uganda : Aid to Uganda hits USD 1.8trn; African Diaspora remittances rise to UGX 40bn; DTB profits increase to UGX 6bn West Africa s BRVM: Mali's new Cabinet unveiled; IMF sees Senegal economy growing 4.5 % in 2011; Merrex Gold begins exploration; Semafo production falls 9% s Ghana: Ghana considers open auction for award of oil blocks; Ghana to get second oil refinery; Globacom launches fibre-optic cable s Nigeria: Naira sheds further weight; Nigeria to shortlist power bidders within weeks; Nigeria opposition fails to agree election pact; Skye Bank FY10 results North Africa s Egypt: Urban inflation increases to 11 month high; Central bank accepts repos; Cement Qena net profit declines in 1Q11 s Morocco: New projects and funds to boost innovation; Foreign interest in retail sector growing; Morocco to be honoured at the World Investment Conference s Tunisia: WB sets loans for Tunisia; AfDB reaffirms Tunisia support; 10% rise in March manufacturing exports; IMF predicts -1.3% GDP decline in 2011 MARKET MOVES WEEK % YTD % Botswana -0.4 7.7 Malawi 0.2 -1.8 Mauritius 1.8 4.4 Namibia 0.0 0....
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course ECON 5128 taught by Professor Ram during the Spring '11 term at Cambridge College.

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