DLA targets Nigeria with new Africa strategy
DLA Piper is drawing up a new Africa strategy with the Nigerian market top of the agenda, as the firm eyes closer integration with its current network of allies on the continent. DLA's Africa group currently comprises 11 firms from 11 countries across the continent, all of which carry the DLA brand and share infrastructure and marketing budgets, with firms in Rwanda, Uganda, Botswana, Mauritius and Ethiopia added last year. However, DLA has yet to establish an exclusive partnership in Nigeria, a country that boasts the second highest GDP on the continent after South Africa.
DLA Piper is drawing up a new Africa strategy with the Nigerian market top of the agenda, as the firm eyes closer integration with its current network of allies on the continent.
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