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    For each market we cover, OBG produces regular economic research available on our website, by email subscription and via RSS feed. Free to access, our Economic Updates are targeted at those looking for regular comment on key sector developments.

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Economic Update | Soutien de la Chine aux infrastructures de transport gabonaises

30 Dec 2016
Gabon transport
Le soutien financier de la Chine, constitué d’investissement privé et de prêts préférentiels, devrait aider le Gabon à mettre en place une série de projets dans le domaine des infrastructures au...

Economic Update | Kuwait to invite proposals on a number of PPP projects

30 Dec 2016
Kuwait investment
The government of Kuwait is continuing its drive to encourage private sector investments, having recently announced plans to invite proposals on several large-scale, public-private partnership (PPP)...

Economic Update | Philippines Year in Review 2016

29 Dec 2016
Philippines Economy
Accelerated growth, backed by rising spending on infrastructure and domestic demand, were the hallmark of the Philippines’ economy in 2016, though offshore political and economic uncertainties could...

Economic Update | Kenya looks to private sector to boost electricity provision

29 Dec 2016
Kenya power
A national drive to provide 100% of Kenya’s population with electricity by 2020 and reduce load losses is gaining momentum, steered by a multi-billion-dollar project pipeline.

Economic Update | Côte d’Ivoire Bilan de l’Année 2016

29 Dec 2016
Côte d’Ivoire Economy
L’avancement de plusieurs vastes projets d’infrastructures a contribué à faire de 2016 la sixième année consécutive de forte croissance économique en Côte d’Ivoire, en flagrant contraste avec les...

Economic Update | Malaysia Year in Review 2016

29 Dec 2016
Malaysia economy
Despite falling revenue from a weaker commodities market and concerns over political uncertainty, Malaysia’s economy maintained a steady growth rate in 2016, though expansion may come under pressure...