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African Business Guide

An Information Resource Index

by Angel D. Batiste
African and Middle Eastern Division
Library of Congress, Washington, DC

This guide grew out of a recommendation of the former Business Collections and Services Working Group of the Library of Congress, and has been carried out in cooperation with the BeOnline Plus Project under the auspices of the Bibliographic Enrichment Advisory Team (BEAT) of the Library of Congress. The section on print resources has been augmented with resources recommended by business reference staff of the Science, Technology, and Business Division of the Library of Congress.

 Abstract   Introduction    Internet Sources   Print Resources
See also:     Resources by Country     Multiregional Resources


Increasingly, the global business community is viewing sub-Saharan Africa as a continent of rich business, trade and investment opportunities. A major challenge to political and business leaders is access to accurate and time-critical information on business, economic, political and social developments in the sub-Saharan African countries. This resource guide will provide an organized collection of major African business and economic information resources available via the Internet. Additionally, it includes a selection of information sources available in print format the Library of Congress. The information on Internet sites originates from multiple Internet-based sources, including African commercial and government agencies, U.S. commercial and government agencies, and international organizations engaging in economic, business, and trade issues in the sub-Saharan African countries.

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