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flurry_for_analyticsEXX  AFRICA prides itself in having access to a wide variety of specialized and experienced analysts. Our analysts have each benefitted from a thorough international education and are based around the world, though retain exposure to Africa. Our analysts are from the same pool of researchers that work for the large multinational consulting and advisory firms that advise blue chip firms on a day-to-day basis.

Based on our clients’ requirements we are able to quickly ramp up our analytical capabilities to address clients’ specific needs. Our analysts are proficient in African political risk forecasting, through their country-specific knowledge, particular sectoral expertise, macro and micro-economic analytical capability, and linguistic skills. Our analysts specialize in extractive sectors, such as mining and oil & gas, and associated transport, power and water infrastructure development, as well as a wide variety of industries such as telecommunications & IT, pharmaceuticals, retail, supply chain management, chemicals, manufacturing, aviation, defense, marine, and others.

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