It is generally accepted that good governance depends on a strong rule of law, sound management of public affairs, more effective civic participation in the affairs of the nation, the efficient management of public finances, and an environment that fosters private-sector development. Business development is closely tied to these elements. In response to pressure exerted by international bodies, political and economic reforms have been underway for several years in Africa to establish democracy, fight corruption and introduce transparency into the management of mining resources.
What is the status of the rule of law in Africa today? How is the war on corruption unfolding? Is the business climate more favourable to investors?
Speaker: Mr Samuel Dossou-Aworet – President of the African Business Roundtable (ABR)
Thursday, September 5, 2019 – Noon–2 p.m.
Presented by The African Business Roundtable (ABR)