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Africa: the Next Emerging Continent

Syllabus of the Subject: Africa- the Next Emerging Continent. Why doing business in Africa?

Some reasons for doing business in Africa and trust in the African potential:

  1. African Population
  2. New Role of the African women
  3. Deep African Socio-economic Transformation
  4. Emergence of the African Businessperson
  5. Trade and Regional Integration in Africa
  6. Need for Infrastructures
  7. Better Governance in Africa
  8. Africa and the Global Market.

Africa: The Next Emerging Continent

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Higher education related to Africa:
  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade
  3. Course: African Economy

African Student, Online Master International Business

Languages: Master in International Business in English or Study, Master in International Business in French Afrique: prochain continent émergent Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese África próximo continente emergente Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish África: próximo continente emergente.

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Master/ Course: African Population

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Africa: Foreign Trade and Business (Master)

Economic Area of the African Civilisation.

1- African Population.

“The future of humanity is ever more African” (UNICEF).

  1. African population:
    1. 2015: 1.1 billion people
    2. 2030: 1.6 billion people
    3. 2100: 4 billion people (1 billion in Nigeria)
    4. In thirty-five years, 25% of the world's population will be African
  2. Demographic dividend
  3. Emerging middle-class in Africa: 350 million people (34% of the African population). 1,100 million in 2040 (42% of the African population)
  4. Urbanisation in Africa: 353 million people. In 2040, the half of Africans will live in a city
  5. Young African population: 60% (world's largest labour market)

Moreover, we cannot forget that...

Africa is the cradle of humanity.

2- New Role of the African Women

519 million Women: the fundamental pillar of the African economic development.

  1. African Women: 70% of the agriculture labour in Africa
  2. Produces 90% of all the African food
  3. H.E. PhD Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma - Former Chairperson of the African Union Commission
  4. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (Former President of Liberia)

3- African Economy: Deep African Socio-economic Transformation.

African economic growth: 5% in the last decade.

  1. The largest African Economy: Nigeria, followed by South Africa, Egypt, Algeria, Angola, Morocco, Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia, Libya
  2. Africa has twenty global frontier markets (50% of the total of the World)
  3. The African Frontier Markets are Nigeria, Kenya, Angola, Ghana, Ethiopia, Morocco, Tanzania, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Zambia, and Uganda
  4. South Africa is a member of the BRICS Countries
  5. Top African economic sectors: Agriculture (25% of the GDP) and services
  6. African manufacturing sector: 10% of the African GDP
  7. Mineral resources
  8. Commodities prices
  9. African demand increment
  10. Boom of e-Commerce. Information and communication technologies: 7% of the African GDP. African mobile revolution (650 million mobile users)
  11. Agenda 2063: “the future we want for Africa” (the African Union)

Nigeria is the first world's frontier market.

4- African Businessman.

Emergence of the African Businessman

  1. Alhaji Aliko Dangote (the richest men in Africa, Nigeria)
  2. Isabel dos Santos (the richest women in Africa, Angola)
  3. Onsi Sawiris, PhD Mike Adenuga, Mohamed Mansour, Issad Rebrab, Folorunsho Alakija, Othman Benjelloun, Patrice Motsepe, Aziz Akhannouch, Miloud Chaabi, Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma, Tony Elumelu

5- Intra-African Trade and Regional Integration in Africa

Towards the African Continental Free-Trade Area.

Intra-African Trade and African Economic Integration

  1. Low intra-African trade flows (10 - 13%)
  2. Near 80% of the African exports are exported out of Africa
  3. Action Plan for Boosting Intra-African Trade (objective: 25% of the intra-African trade)
  4. Cost to transport a container from the Port of Durban (ZA) to Lusaka: 8,000 dollars (1,800 dollars from Durban to Japan)
  5. Africa foodstuff imports: 39 billion dollars annually
  6. Regional Economic Communities (REC): Trade and Market Integration, obstacle reduction to the Intra-African Trade, Sectoral Harmonisation Policies, Macroeconomics Policy Convergence, Financial and Monetary Integration
  7. COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement
  8. Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA)
  9. African Continental Free-Trade Area (AfCFTA): fifty-four countries, 1 billion people, combined GDP: 1.2 trillion dollars

6- Infrastructures in Africa

Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA).

The need for infrastructures in Africa

  1. Energy. 600 million of African lives without access to electricity
  2. Transport. 18 billion dollars in annual investment
  3. African Corridors Development
    1. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor
  4. Information and Communication Technologies
  5. Transboundary Water Resources

7- Governance in Africa

Better business environment in Africa.

A better governance in Africa

  1. More democratic governments
  2. African Peer Review Mechanism
  3. Peaceful elections
  4. Less corruption
  5. Better business environment
  6. Improvement in the Easy of Doing Business rank of the World Bank (WB). Mauritius is the African Country with the highest rank followed by South Africa, Rwanda, Ghana
  7. Tax revenues increment
  8. Fewer African conflicts (“Silencing the Guns” - African Union)

8- Africa and the Global Market.

Africa: 3% of the global trade.

  1. African share of the global manufacturing production: 1.5%
  2. Emergence of the partnership with the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa)
  3. Trade between China and Africa: 200 billion dollars
  4. Trade with India: 90 billion dollars
  5. Key players: The United States, China, India, the BRICS Countries, the Arab countries, South Korea, Japan, Turkey

Masters and Doctorates in International Business adapted to:

  1. Eastern African Students: Eritrea, Master Doctorate Business Eritrea, Ethiopia, Master Doctorate Business Ethiopia, Kenya Doctorates, Online Master Kenya, Mauritius, Master Doctorate Business Mauritius, Malawi Master Doctorate Business Malawi, Seychelles, Master Doctorate Business Seychelles, Somalia, Master Doctorate Business Somalia, Sudan, Master Doctorate Business Sudan, Tanzania, Master Doctorate Business Tanzania, and Uganda, Master Doctorate Business Uganda.
  2. Western African Students: Gambia, Master Doctorate Business The Gambia, Ghana, Master Doctorate Business Ghana, Liberia Online Master / Doctorate in Business Liberia, Nigeria Doctorates, Online Master Nigeria and Sierra Leone, Master Doctorate Business Sierra Leone
  3. Central African Students: Cameroon, Master Doctorate Business Cameroon and Rwanda, Master Doctorate Business Rwanda
  4. Southern African Students: Botswana, Master Doctorate Business Botswana, Lesotho, Master Doctorate Business Lesotho, Namibia, Master Doctorate Business Namibia, South Africa, Master Doctorate Business South Africa, Swaziland, Master Doctorate Business Swaziland, Zambia (Study Master Doctorate Business) Zambia, and Zimbabwe, Master Doctorate Business Zimbabwe.
  5. Northern African Students: Egypt, Master Doctorate Business Egypt and Libya

Samples - Africa- Next Emerging Continent

H.E. PhD Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (South Africa)

Course Master: Business and economic governance in Africa

African Free-Trade Area (Doctorate, Master)

Intra-African Trade

Master Course: African Peer review mechanism

Forum on China-Africa Cooperation

Alhaji Aliko Dangote Nigerian Businessman, Course

Isabel dos Santos (Richest African Women)

Folorunsho Alakija Nigerian Businesswoman (Course Master)

Mike Adenuga Nigerian Businessman (Course Master)

Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Master

Dakar-Lagos Trans-African Corridor (Course)

Index of African Governance (Doctorate Master)

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