Sub-Saharan reforms are a big step forward but more flexibility is needed
It is no surprise that the economic environment has changed drastically in sub-Saharan Africa over the past 15 years. Increasingly attractive economies and the emergence of new business opportunities and of more sophisticated economic actors, including international investors, meant the OHADA business law needed to be updated. For close to three years to the end of 2012, we led the group of local and international experts responsible for helping modernise the OHADA Uniform Act on Commercial Companies and Economic Interest Groups (OHADA Corporate Law)
Changes to corporate law will help business, though future investor demands will require more innovations
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