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Apr 04 2018 21:00 Lameez Omarjee
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Cape Town – South African companies are leading the way to support economic integration across Africa, research by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has found.
The research report released on Tuesday, titled Pioneering One Africa: African Corporations Trail-Blazing Across the Continent, shows that economic integration across Africa is increasing.
The primary drivers of the integration are by companies within the continent, according to the report. BCG identified 150 companies supporting integration in the continent. Among the 75 companies in Africa, 32 are based in South Africa and are contributing to integration on the continent.Read more