Africa’s rising risks jeopardizing recent mining growth: report

Analysts claim Sub-Saharan Africa’s investment environment is deteriorating.

GIBS Information Centre / GIBSIC‘s insight:

risk and resilience – ” . . . 6th annual Global Risks and Resilience Atlas (GRRA), which features 36 threat indices used to identify emerging global risks related dangers to business in 179 countries, Maplecroft experts say 30% of the African economies more at risk this year than in 2012 and last year.  –  Fifteen nations of Sub-Saharan Africa, a term that refers to all the continent with the exception of the northern countries – Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Western Sahara, show a significant increase in their risks levels over the last three years.

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