L’ENERGIE NUCLEAIRE EN AFRIQUE… UNE BONNE AFFAIRE ?

Alors qu’une dizaine de pays africains projettent de se tourner vers le nucléaire civil et ont annoncé leur intention de se doter d’une centrale.

Le continent possède 20 % des réserves mondiales d’uranium. Mais le nucléaire civil représente moins de 2 % de sa production énergétique. Potentielle solution pour pallier le déficit d’électricité de l’Afrique, l’énergie atomique séduit de plus en plus. Une dizaine d’États ont déjà annoncé leur intention de se doter d’une centrale. Pour les puissances étrangères, cet engouement est un enjeu commercial de taille et l’occasion d’asseoir un peu plus leur influence sur le continent. Alors que la Chine et la Russie multiplient les projets, les États-Unis tentent de rentrer dans la course.

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L’Agence internationale de l’énergie n’est pas aussi optimiste que les pays africains. Selon elle, la part de nucléaire dans la production énergétique du continent ne va pas beaucoup augmenter dans les années à venir. En cause, son coût de production, moins compétitif que le renouvelable, mais aussi l’instabilité politique et le contexte sécuritaire tendu des pays intéressés.

https://www.jeuneafrique.com/1089444/politique/infographie-nucleaire-lengouement-africain-aiguise-les-appetits/

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What’s the best way to make sense of investing in Africa?

The first step is to consider both cultural considerations and potential pitfalls.

Linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity makes cultural changes across the continent extreme. Demonstrating passion and interest in the local culture and its nuances is essential, not least to generate trust, but to build loyalty takes time.

 

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Appreciate that Africa is not just a homogeneous market, but 54 countries with 2,000 languages, 521 of which are in Nigeria alone.

Africa’s current total population of 1.2 billion people is young: South of the Sahara, their average age is under 25 in all countries except South Africa.

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Going forward, the continent will account for about 50% of the world’s population growth between now and 2050, predicts PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Africa’s middle classes are already growing rapidly, with one in three people now believed to be living above the poverty line, even if not among the wealthy. Meanwhile, the staggering 1.1 billion – around 42% of the continent’s population – is projected to reach middle-class status by 2060.
Of the 54 African countries, South Africa is still considered the continent’s first powerhouse and a gateway to many other African countries. But with 173.6 million citizens growing their GDP by 200% in just ten years, Nigeria is regarded as Africa’s new power actor.

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NIGERIA: WAR RISK INSURANCE

War Risk Insurance: Again, Nigeria makes case for removal of punitive shipping fees
Nigeria has continued to press for the lifting of the War Risk Insurance (WRI) imposed on vessels delivering goods and merchandise to Nigeria due to fears of insecurity.

ROMANO PISCIOTTI: NIGERIA NEWS

https://businessday.ng/maritime/article/war-risk-insurance-again-nigeria-makes-case-for-removal-of-punitive-shipping-fees/?mc_cid=d3e38123a1&mc_eid=f1ca3f878b

DRAGHI NON CONVINCE PIÙ?!

Nuovo Btp Futura fa cilecca: raccolti solo 3,27 miliardi, mai così male…

Si conclude senza sussulti la quarta emissoone del BTP Futura, titolo di Stato dedicato esclusivamente ai risparmiatori retail ed i cui proventi finanziano gli interventi adottati nel corso dell’anno per la ripresa economica dell’Italia. Il BTP Futura atto IV segna il minimo di sempre, ben sotto i livelli delle precedenti emissioni.

La cinque giorni di collocamento del BTP Futura si è chiusa con 91.273 contratti conclusi a fronte di un importo emesso pari a 3.268,240 milioni di euro, che coincide con il controvalore complessivo dei contratti di acquisto validamente conclusi alla pari sul MOT (il Mercato Telematico delle Obbligazioni e Titoli di Stato di Borsa Italiana) attraverso le due banche dealer Intesa Sanpaolo e Unicredit (co-dealer Banca Akros e Banca Sella).

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