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The Dubai Expo 2020 dome which is a highlight of the event. Africa’s resources will help the world to produce 60 million electric vehicles by 2050.

Covid-19, according to UNECA’s Vera Songwe, was evidence that Africa cannot be ignored if the rest of the world is to reap from the 1 billion-plus African population.

Speaking at the Global Leaders Debate: Investments in Sustainable Innovation for a Thriving Future, Songwe said that 60 million electric vehicles are needed by 2050 and the raw materials are in Africa. “The continent controls 30 per cent of the raw materials and the sector needs to be relooked at to see how to attract more investment in the sector.”

Due to MSMEs’ contribution to socio-economic infrastructures in both developed and developing countries during the transition from market-oriented economies, they remain an important part of the continent’s economy.…

Many, if not all, emerging markets have relaxed the regulations and restrictions related to FDI to encourage global investors to the continent.

The Business Insights on Emerging Markets 2021 also reported that the foreign direct investment in the emerging markets jumped from 15 per cent to 46 per cent over the last two decades.

The wave of technological advancements integrated with digitalization has captivated the globe and benefited the global economy in many unexpected ways. Developing countries in Africa need to embrace the fast pace technological revolution, which shall revamp the markets in the continent.

Emerging markets have been very active in creating the digital infrastructure for technological innovations accelerated by the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic.…

The exhibition will hold a discussion where the panellists will highlight how SMEs were, are, and will always be critical to the growth of the global economy.

The majority of small and medium-sized enterprises account for most businesses worldwide and are significant contributors to job creation and global economic development. Small and Medium Enterprises represent about 90 per cent of businesses and more than 50 per cent of employment worldwide.

Formal SMEs in developing countries contribute up to 40 per cent of GDP, with the percentage getting significantly higher when informal SMEs are included. Experts say that over 500 million jobs will be needed by 2030 to absorb the growing global workforce caused by the increasing population.…