“THE RISING MIDDLE CLASS IN AFRICA HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE MODERNISATION OF THE RETAILING SECTOR, AND MANY AFRICAN ECONOMIES ARE TRANSITIONING TOWARD CONSUMPTION-DRIVEN MARKETS”
CHINESE PHONE GIANT OPENS NEW SUPERSTORE IN THE COUNTRY’S HUGE MALL OF AFRICA
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