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Next Frontier: OBG Editors' Blog
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Thoughts and Insights on the Yellow slice of the pie
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How do CEOs in Saudi Arabia view local conditions during times of global economic uncertainty?
How well founded is the positive outlook of Algerian CEOs?
How close is Africa to meeting its sustainable economic growth objectives?
Peru towards sustainable development
Can the creative industries of ASEAN make waves?
Exerting Resilience: Peru Rebounds from Challenges to Post Positive Growth
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One year ago, when Oxford Business Group released the results of its first Business Barometer: OBG in Africa CEO Survey, almost 50 nations signed an agreement to create what would become the world’s largest trade area: the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).

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OBG Business Barometer

As the African Continental Free Trade Area nears implementation, business executives across Africa remain optimistic, already confident given the continent’s large youth population, ongoing infrastructure development, and monetary and fiscal reform efforts. Of the 787 respondents to the second Business Barometer: OBG in Africa CEO Survey, more than 80% have positive or very positive expectations of local business conditions in the coming 12 months, while 72% think that the regional agreement will have a positive or very positive impact on intra-regional trade levels. Plans to expand the digital economy and create jobs also remain high on the agenda.

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