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Items of Interest: June 28

A West African common currency and Nigeria hosting a summit of the Economic Community of West African States, Somalia pressing Shell and Exxon, and Zambia

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Items of Interest: June 27

Recovered assets and Angola’s Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan and a summit of the Congo and Zambian presidents are actions from June 27 that may emerge

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Items of Interest: June 26

Angola creating a National Agency of Mineral Resources, a Kenya-Somalia maritime jurisdiction hearing, and Kenya and Uganda optimism on standard gauge railway funding by China

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Items of Interest: June 25

Political reconciliation talks in Côte d’Ivoire and inclusive political dialogue in Mali are actions from June 25 that may emerge to become significant factors impacting

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Items of Interest: June 24

Factional assassinations in Ethiopia, the election of Ghazouani as president of  Mauritania, and Zimbabwe’s Zollar as the country’s sole legal tender are actions from June

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Items of Interest: June 20

Common currency negotiations in West Africa, pro-Mining Code briefings in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa’s State of the Nation speech, and US-Zimbabwe

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Items of Interest: June 19

Eritrea and Ethiopia pressing for measurable economic cooperation, South Africa’s State of the Nation address, and stalled debate on Zimbabwe’s Maintenance of Peace and Order

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Items of Interest: June 18

A sovereign wealth fund in Mauritania and Anadarko announcing its final investment decision for Mozambique are actions from June 18 that may emerge to become

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Items of Interest: June 17

Mining sector promotion in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Anadarko’s final investment decision in Mozambique are actions from June 17 that may emerge

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Items of Interest: June 14

Fraud investigations into named politically exposed persons in Angola, crude oil production gains in Chad, and presidential election campaigning in Mauritania are actions from June

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Items of Interest: June 13

The electoral politics of Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana cocoa bean price coordination, the Democratic Republic of the Congo joining the East African Community and Tanzania

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Items of Interest: June 12

The hostage rescue operation in Ghana, Zambian government hostile allegations toward Vedanta Resources, and a debt clearance strategy in Zimbabwe are actions from June 12

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Items of Interest: June 11

A cabinet reshuffle in Gabon and Russian diplomatic efforts in Mali and Niger are actions from June 11 that may emerge to become significant factors

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Items of Interest: June 10

Presidential opposition to the Bagamoyo port project as well as liquified natural gas expectations in Tanzania and legislative developments in Zimbabwe conducive to sanctions repeal

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Items of Interest: June 7

Angolan ruling party and government budget preparations and sovereign currency developments in Zimbabwe are actions from June 7 that may emerge to become significant factors

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Items of Interest: June 6

A kidnapping in Ghana, offshore oil explorations in Somalia, state-owned enterprise reform in South Africa, and Belarus-Zimbabwe trade are actions from June 6 that may

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Items of Interest: June 5

The following items from June 5 may emerge to become significant factors impacting geomarket developments in Africa: Mozambique: The Council of Ministers approved the financing

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Items of Interest: June 4

The following items from June 4 may emerge to become significant factors impacting geomarket developments in Africa: Democratic Republic of the Congo: Albert Yuma was

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Items of Interest: June 3

The following items from June 3 may emerge to become significant factors impacting geomarket developments in Africa: Sierra Leone: The Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone

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Items of Interest: May 24

The following items from May 24 may emerge to become significant factors impacting geomarket developments in Africa: Burkina Faso: Prime Minister Christophe Dabiré led a

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