Global Markets and Technology – Launch of the IFLR Africa Market Makers Special Focus

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First, CQ Legal discusses the state of Ghana’s economy in the wake of Covid-19 and opportunities for future development. The firm’s authors expect to see increased development in the fintech sector in Ghana as the Payment Systems and Services Act 2019 comes to full fruition.

Matouk Bassiouny in association with SH-Avocats shares how the reforms of the finance law passed at the end of 2019 help to encourage foreign investment in Algeria. The authors explore how the Algerian government is preparing to diversify its economy and consider the application of the 49/51 rule.

Meanwhile, IFLR correspondents from Matouk Bassiouny in Egypt offer readers a checklist of things to consider when conducting M&A deals involving data-intensive target companies.

In association with the law firm AIH, Matouk Bassiouny in Sudan discusses the law on public-private partnership, published in April 2021 and intended to establish a more flexible and efficient legal framework. The law will have a significant effect on multinationals entering into contractual partnerships.

Also in this special feature, our authors from Matouk Bassiouny in the United Arab Emirates examine the details and implications of Dubai’s digital services legislation, introduced in March 2022. The United Arab Emirates has been ranked among the best countries in the world for digital transformation in the World Bank’s 2021 GovTech Maturity Index. .

Click here to read all chapters of IFLR’s Africa Market Makers Special Focus.

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