New paths in regulation

Across-the-board, businesses in Africa (as elsewhere) are looking for certainty with regard to regulation. In our annual CEO Survey, 32% of business leaders in Africa said that regulation is a driver of strategy change and 65% identify over-regulation as a threat to growth.

A country’s regulatory environment has far-reaching effects on productivity, employment, investment and corruption. Over the last year, regulations have changed in our markets in response to local needs and global pressures.

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Anne Eriksson

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PwC Kenya

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