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African nations urged to follow Nigeria’s lead on GDP rebasing

The real size of many African economies is likely to be larger than their current estimates, suggesting that the role of the continent in the global economy “might have been underestimated”, a top UN official for the region has said. 23 Apr 2014

UK government must do more to convince public that infrastructure spending is necessary, says CBI

Government and businesses in the UK are not doing enough to convince members of the public of the urgent need to upgrade national infrastructure, according to the CBI, after nearly half of those it surveyed said that no improvements were needed. 16 Apr 2014

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South Africa looks to shale and renewables to aid ‘energy independence’

South Africa’s energy minister has said the government is preparing to introduce several new infrastructure projects aimed at “strengthening” the country’s energy sector and increasing the use of new generation technologies. 15 Apr 2014

Nigeria urged to ‘fast track’ local content bill for construction industry

Construction and civil engineering staff in Nigeria have called for proposed legislation aimed at setting minimum local content criteria for construction industry contracts to be “fast tracked”. 14 Apr 2014

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