Anglo African Cooperation


Poverty Alleviation and Investing in Agriculture in Africa

By Bamidele Seun Owoola and Nick Harriss African Agriculture:  Unexploited Potential Historians and anthropologists have long maintained that the development of agriculture made civilization possible, as it allowed for the support of an increased population and labour specialisation, leading in turn to…

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Investing in East Africa

Investing in East Africa By Peter C. Thoms, CFA June 2014   I traveled to East Africa last month to examine the investment prospects of several companies in the region that we consider to be promising.  In this article, I…

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Why Investors Should Look to Africa

by Nick Harriss, Founder and Chairman Over the years many misguided pronouncements have touted the improved economic prospects of Africa, home to a large proportion of the world’s billion poorest people. Many business leaders in the West remain sceptical about…

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The Rising African Middle Class

by Nick Harriss, Founder and Chairman The stereotypical image in the West of Africa is that of a continent wracked by poverty, where electricity is intermittent, corruption soaks up development funding, political instability and tyrannical governments undermine confidence, and where…

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The Growth of the African Economy: Research and Quotes

by Nick Harriss, Founder and Chairman   The growth of the African economy is illustrated in the following research and quotes:   Nkosana Moyo
Founder and Executive Chair
Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS) Johannesburg:  “Africa’s remarkable economic growth during the past…

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The Anglo African Co-Operative Society: An Opportunity for All

by Nick Harriss, Founder and Chairman Background Just like Asia 30 years ago, Africa offers the outstanding business opportunity for the next quarter of a century.  The UK is superbly placed to participate in this opportunity for a number of…

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