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La transmission de la bactérie, des moutons aux tiques, ne se produisait que lors du pic d'abondance de tiques (mai et septembre). Des études de transmission expérimentale ont confirmé que les moutons, préalablement exposés à des tiques infectées sur le terrain, ne développaient pas d'infections systémiques par B. On a d'abord cru cialis pas cher cialis que les petits rongeurs et les cervidés étaient toujours les principaux vecteurs des tiques elles-mêmes vectrices de borrélies pathogènes. Cette étude a confirmé les résultats d'un précédent travail.

 
 

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Eric Guichard: Why and how diaspora capital can contribute to Africa's...

Eric Guichard: Why and how diaspora capital can contribute to Africa's...

 

With a World Bank’s projection that remittances to Africa will reach US$515 billion in 2015, we should be asking both why and how this huge flow of capital can be harnessed to maximize the sustainable socio-economic development of Africa while still benefiting from the returns made in the institutional asset management space, by private equity funds. To read more Click here.

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Seasoned investor speaks about investing back home and in SMEs

Seasoned investor speaks about investing back home and in SMEs

James Addo, a seasoned banking and finance executive with 25 years of management and transactional experience in financial services in frontier and developed markets and a member of the Ghanaian diaspora, discusses the importance of investing in the diaspora as well as the significance of SMEs for future growth in emerging economies. In addition, Mr.

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From frontier to emerging market – Kenya’s economic rise

From frontier to emerging market – Kenya’s economic rise

Imagine vast and beautiful savannah grasslands as two million wildebeest migrate from the Serengeti National Park in the Mara region of Tanzania to the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. This trip is 3,000km in length, and represents, in many ways, the very best of what Africa has to offer the international community. But is this all Kenya puts on the plate? The answer is a definitive “no”. Kenya is moving from a frontier market to an emerging market, and is beginning to attract investment from all over the world. The future of Kenya’s business environment is looking increasingly bright as the national economy continues to grow at an enviable pace. To read more about Kenya's economic rise,

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Agriculture investment in Africa: top countries to focus on

Agriculture investment in Africa: top countries to focus on

Africa’s agriculture sector struggles to access financing and attract investment. Microfinance organizations remain active in the space. But private equity firms and banks are still slowly coming around to the potential of the agriculture space. Fears over sustainability, education and policy justifiably remain: (1) many African countries do not have an extensive track record of sustained success in the agriculture space;

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