It is no surprise that global state-owned investment funds, pension funds and private investors are increasing their asset allocations into African real estate. This was revealed by PricewaterhouseCoopers, the professional services firm, at a recent property conference. International investors are on the hunt for safe, long term investments that will provide high yields. Following the [Click to continue …]
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