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Africa’s coming of age?

Home of five of the world’s fastest growing economies

The long-held perception that Africa is an opaque and challenging place to do business is changing, with investors flocking to the continent as never before.

200M people between 15 and 24
Africa has the youngest population in the world, some 200 million people aged between 15 and 24

As Thomson Reuters Managing Director for Sub-Saharan Africa Sneha Shah knows, the complexities of business expansion on this vibrant continent is great. But she is passionate about encouraging its success by equipping investors with the knowledge needed to address the risks, and reap the rewards.

The keys to harnessing growth in Africa

“There’s incredible potential in Africa, lots of interest. However, each African country has its own set of regulations and risks.” Sneha Shah Managing Director – Sub-Saharan Africa Thomson Reuters


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Thrive Globally. The rebalancing of global markets brings new possibilities, new ways of finding customers, and new sources of growth. But how do you identify where the right opportunities are for your business? Thomson Reuters has created an in-depth resource providing a clear path forward, illuminated by trusted answers that can help you not just survive, but thrive in the new global reality.

Thomson Reuters in Africa has been empowering regional success for almost 150 years. Providing government, financial, academic and business solutions, and helping to move economies from aid-based to self-sustaining and knowledge-based.

Thomson Reuters Eikon brings you all the tools and data needed to track and gain a deeper understanding of the African market to make informed decisions and gain trusted answers.

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