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President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari (L) and Chinese President, Xi Jinping (R) shake hands during the signing ceremony at Great Hall of the People. Credit: Forbes/Kyodo News/Getty Images

How China's $60B for Africa will drive global prosperity: Amy Jadesimi, MD, LADOL

As a long-term investor and developer of infrastructure in West Africa, I have been tracking China’s courtship of African nations over the last decade.

Africa's spending to exceed $5.6T by 2025: McKinsey

Africa's spending to exceed $5.6T by 2025: McKinsey

Africa’s household and business spending will top $5.6tn by 2025 and its manufacturing output could reach $93bn, according to a new McKinsey & Company report.

Here are 7 predictions for Africa's tech sector

Here are 7 predictions for Africa's tech sector

As Africa transitions from the margins to the mainstream of the global economy, technology is playing an increasingly significant role.

Aubrey Hruby, Co-Founder, Africa Expert Network (AXN)

China's slowdown - An opportunity for Africa to address longstanding economic inefficiencies: Aubrey Hruby, Co-Founder, Africa Expert Network

According to the IMF, a 1 percentage point decrease in China’s investment growth is associated with an average 0.6 percentage point decrease in Africa’s export growth rate.

Government funding is just one avenue for African tech. Credit: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg; Eduard Gismatullin/Bloomberg. institutionalinvestor.com

Government funding is just one avenue for African tech

Hoping to reap the economic benefits of a digital revolution, several African countries are seeking to build their own versions of Silicon Valley.

Chris Folayan, Founder and CEO, MallForAfrica

The Next Africa: Technology and Business on an Emerging Continent (Video)

People around the world will interact with Africa very differently over the coming decades. They will be more likely to trade stocks in Ghana, work for companies doing business on the continent and learn the names of African tech moguls and billionaires.