Sub-Saharan Africa: Final frontier? alifarabia | January 27, 2013 | Africa, Macroeconomic Data | No Comments Tweet torbakhopper / Foter.com / CC BY-ND Sub-Saharan Africa conjures up images of starving children, famine and corrupt regimes presiding over poor infrastructure. But that is changing. Fast. CONTINUE READING Related posts: Graphic Video Content: The Final Moments of Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi Despite its graphic content, it is an important historical moment in the region. Hence, reposting with caveats and warnings that it is very graphic content of the final moments of... Gold Reserves of Middle East & North Africa Governments Saudi Arabia’s gold reserves dwarf Libya’s hordings. Here is a selected list of countries with the biggest gold reserves, including almost every Middle East nation.... Related Posts Weak macro data put brakes on Kazakh’s growth No Comments | Jul 29, 2013 Global Recession Fears Return No Comments | Mar 8, 2012 Oil dependency remains Chad’s weakness No Comments | Jul 14, 2013 Gulf Plus: The GCC Looks To Expand Its Sphere Of Influence No Comments | May 12, 2011 About The Author admin Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name:* Email Address:* Website: Comment:* Yes, add me to your mailing list.