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Mexico edges toward letting foreign oil firms invest in Pemex

Mexico edges toward letting foreign oil firms invest in Pemex | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it
MEXICO CITY — Mexico's ruling party has taken a step toward opening its state oil company to outsiders, a move that could eventually allow U.S. oil firms to drill south of the border.

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Nigeria, South Africa Lead Foreign Direct Investment Inflows To Sub-Saharan Africa

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VENTURES AFRICA – A United Nations Conference on Trade and Development’s (UNCTAD) World Investment Report has shown that foreign direct investment inflows to sub-Saharan Africa has increased to $36.9 billion from $29.5 billion in 2010.


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Nigeria: investment vs inequality

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While Nigeria's government powers ahead on its path to reform, large swathes of the population are getting left behind.
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Google launches Gmail SMS for text-based email in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya

Google launches Gmail SMS for text-based email in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it
Smartphones and email-equipped feature phones have proliferated in even the most resource-dry areas of Asia, Europe and North America, but for many...

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U.S. Says Russia, Pakistan, China Among Worst For Copyright Protection

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The U.S. government says Russia and China remain among the worst countries in the world for preventing the theft of copyrighted material and other intellectual property.
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