KPMG Hosts ‘Transacting in Africa’ Discussion Panel
JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa, Jul 30, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ – With a ‘Great Africa Business Migration’ good underneath way, discussions around a realities of doing business on a continent are now during a vicious point. Africa is distant from being a comparable continent, with 55 countries all braggadocio opposite regulatory, taxation and rival environments. Transacting in Africa poses complexities that companies need to cause in. In light of this, KPMG (http://www.kpmg.com) convened a row of experts for a sixth part in a Africa Conversations Series, to plead a many impending trends and hurdles associated to investing in Africa today. CNBC Africa promote a row discussion, entitled Transacting in Africa, live opposite a continent while KPMG done a event accessible globally around live webcast.
John Geel, Head of Transactions Restructuring during KPMG, remarkable that historically multi-nationals and incomparable listed South African companies have conducted investment into and opposite Africa. “However, we are now witnessing an augmenting series of smaller companies endeavour investments