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Navigating Africa’s financing ecosystem can be complicated, with access to finance often hindered by a variety of factors such as financial inclusivity, government policies and regulatory frameworks, and data infrastructure. Panellists discussed the measures banks and companies can take to overcome the barriers.
By 2025, Africa’s e-commerce market is estimated to be worth US$75 billion, comparable to the growth anticipated for Southeast Asia.
Even as Africa continues to urbanise her cities, lack of affordable housing remains a problem. Nigeria alone has a deficit of 17 million homes, and the rise of the middle-class population also signals a housing need for university students and young professionals.
Africa’s spending is projected to hit US$4 trillion in the next few years, backed by strong consumer and business growth. Manufacturing output is also expected to double.
Africa is urbanising faster than any region in the world, and with it comes the challenge of building proper infrastructure for the growing population. Panellists discussed the opportunities and strategies for Singapore companies in light of Africa’s emerging economy.
With Africa’s population set to hit more than 1.5 billion by 2025, the time is ripe for Singapore to enter the African market as the continent grapples to meet the rising needs of an emerging economy.
China will soon take the lead in global tech as Chinese companies continue to break new ground – with the government’s support in driving innovation and artificial intelligence (AI) in multiple cities.
China has a mission to shape the future of artificial intelligence (AI) – and it is taking concrete steps to realise it.