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Oil North of 60: Africa Seeks to Cash in on Energy Crunch

Already jittery markets, largely without direction, are braced for a near-perfect storm as central banks taper their bond-buying sprees and shelling across the ‘line of separation’ in Ukraine intensifies – a possible, if not likely, presage to an all-out war

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Delta Group: Helping the World Save on Energy

Delta, founded in 1971 and headquartered in Taiwan, is a global leader in power and thermal management solutions and a world-class provider of industrial automation, building automation, telecom power, networking, EV charging, data centre infrastructure, renewable energy, and display technologies.

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Namibia’s Changing Tax Landscape – From Simple to Complex

The collection of revenue for the Namibian fiscus has been under scrutiny for some time.  Questions have been posed as to whether Namibia should change from a territorial (source) based tax system to a residency based system to increase the

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The Race by Brazil’s New Oil Tycoons

The race is on between Brazil’s billionaire oil tycoons, Antonio Augusto de Queiroz Galvao, Marcio Rocha Mello and Eike Batista to see who will come out ahead in the race of extraction in Latin America and Africa. But it is

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