African policymakers know their nations must quit being at the bottom of global value chains. DW talks to Kathryn Omwandho about the agenda of the African Development Bank's annual meeting in South Korea.
The African Development Bank has announced that it will seek to bail out Nigeria with a $4.1 billion loan (3.6 billion euros) over the next two years and $10 billion by 2019.
The report shows a steady improvement for quality of life on the continent, but experts say countries need to pay more attention to the potential of entrepreneurs in order to reap the economic benefits.
German Development Minister Gerd Müller has been canvassing support for his 'Marshall Plan with Africa' at the African Development Bank in Ivory Coast. Some bankers thought his discussion paper lacked detail.
The United States, the European Union and India are all slapping tariffs on Chinese solar panels, accusing Beijing of dumping. Does this trade war risk killing the nascent solar power industry?
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