Germany moves to toughen Huawei oversight - 2020 seen as lost year for Africa-EU relations - Furniture shops see sales boom during pandemic
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As COVID hits Africa's economy hard, young entrepreneurs have declared war on the disease. Many startups have found creative ways to resolve added challenges caused by the pandemic.
US tech giants — such as Amazon, Google and Facebook — pay minimal taxes abroad, despite making billions in profits. African user countries no longer want to miss out on the revenue and are discussing digital taxes.
Diplomats in Geneva decided the Nigerian economist should take over the reins of the World Trade Organization. The former finance minister wants to make tackling the economic fallout from coronavirus her top priority.
Former colleagues of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala speak highly of the economist as she prepares to become the next director-general of the World Trade Organization. Her tenure begins during turbulent times.
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