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Grace à des projets d’investissement visant la modernisation des aéroports, des services de fret aérien en plein essor et de nouvelles explorations pétrolières offshore, l’aviation au Gabon est actuellement un secteur en croissance. Toutefois, la cessation des activités de la compagnie aérienne privée Gabon Airlines et un projet de création d’une compagnie aérienne régionale actuellement au point mort constituent une source d’inquiétude pour les investisseurs.
Nigeria’s film industry, the second-largest in the world by volume, is already a prime destination for investment but with a national film fund and major infrastructural projects under consideration, there is potential for further growth.
It is no secret that China has been increasing its economic links with Africa at an exponential rate in recent years, with hydrocarbons-rich countries such as Nigeria among the chief beneficiaries. The previous decade has seen Abuja concluding multibillion-dollar deals with Beijing-based conglomerates across a variety of sectors. While the relationship does have its critics, China’s role in both trade and investment in Nigeria has become increasingly central – and not only in the oil sector.
Reforms in Ghana’s tourism sector have given new powers and responsibilities to the newly-formed Ghana Tourism Authority, which will now play a direct role in channelling investment and launching new initiatives, with a particular focus on regional development and sustainable, community-based tourism.
Major changes are in the works for the Nigerian aviation sector, with plans to upgrade a number of airports. Officials have also called for a review of the government’s airport concession agreements, with an aim to generate more revenue to support further development of the country’s air travel infrastructure.
After only one year operating, NTA-Star TV Network, a joint venture between state broadcaster Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and Chinese media company StarTimes, has attracted some 400,000 subscribers to its digital terrestrial television (DTT) service. The company, currently in several major urban areas, plans to expand to more markets across the country within the next five years.

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