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The 2008 Africa Emerging Markets Forum of the Emerging Markets Forum was held in Rabat, Morocco, April 7-9. It was hosted under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.

The Morocco Meeting was co-chaired by former President Mkapa and Michel Camdessus and had between 70-75 participants.

Forum Information:

2008 Africa Emerging Markets Forum Revised Program Booklet (English) (PDF)

2008 Africa Emerging Markets Forum Programme (Francais) (PDF)
2008 Africa First Glance Overview (PDF)
2008 Africa Emerging Markets Forum Full Program (PDF)
2008 Africa Emerging Markets Forum Participants’ CVs & Pictures (PDF)
Proceedings

Africa Forum Background Papers

Climate Change: Opportunities for Private Sector
By Kevin Leo-Smith, Sustainable Forestry Management Africa.

Trade Facilitation and Public-Private Partnerships in Africa
By Rolf M. Jeker, Emerging Market Services Ltd.


Financial Integration in Africa: BMCE Group Strategy

By Jaloul Ayed, BMCE Bank.

Barriers to Cross-Border Trade and Investment: Lessons from Southern Africa
By Lesetja Kyanyango, National Treasury of South Africa.

The Challenges of Regional Integration in Africa and Policy Options
By Anupam Basu, The Centennial Group.

Policies to Support Financial Sector Development in Africa
By Philipp M Hildebrand, Swiss National Bank.

Climate Change: Opportunities for Africa — *To be published in the EMF Journal, Issue 2*
By Maria Ramos and Vuyo Kahla, Transnet Limited.

Business Opportunities in Africa for CDM-Projects and Carbon Trading — *To be published in the EMF Journal, Issue 2*
By Rolf M Jeker, Emerging Market Services Ltd.

Financial Sector Challenges in Africa’s Emerging Markets
By Massimo Russo and Piero Ugolini, The Centennial Group.

Securing International Finance: Issues of Debt Management, Prospects, and Modalities
By Paul A. Acquah, Central Bank of Ghana.

Issues in Infrastructure Investment in Africa
By Maria Ramos and Vuyo Kahla, Transnet Limited.


Selected Key Macroeconomic Indicators

By Emerging Markets Forum Staff

Challenges to Cross-Border Investments in Mining in Africa
Sir Samuel Jonah, Jonah Capital