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NABC celebrates 75 years

5th of January 2021

In 2021 we celebrate our 75th birthday! The Netherlands-African Business Council, initially named the ‘Africa Institute,’ was established during the l…

A new Managing Director for NABC

18th of December 2020

The Supervisory Board of the Netherlands-African Business Council has appointed Rosmarijn Fens as its new Managing Director with Marina Diboma as her…

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Parliament endorses ’15 consortia for 15 African focus countries’

10th of December 2020

The majority of the members of the Dutch parliament supports the action plan '15 consortia for 15 African focus countries'.

MP’s call on government to support the Dutch private sector in Africa

3rd of December 2020

A parliamentary motion, aimed at securing support and funding for the next steps for the implementation of the ‘Africa Strategy’ of the Dutch private…

Members of Parliament embrace ‘15 consortia for 15 focus Countries’ but minister stops short

19th of November 2020

MP’s of the ruling coalition in the Netherlands today called on Minister Sigrid Kaag for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation to carry out the ‘1…

“Travel to African Countries should be possible”

6th of November 2020

In times like this where the Coronavirus has taken over major parts of the world, the government has tried to put in various measures to curb the spre…

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NABC 2020 Magazine

Once a year, NABC publishes a magazine about ‘Doing business in Africa’ which is traditionally presented during our New Year’s Reception. Africa 2.0 is the theme of this edition and it features stories about innovative companies like an Artificial Intelligence company from Ethiopia and the use of drones for agriculture. There is also an interview with Mr. Simon Groot, who was awarded the World Food Prize. He is the founder of East-West Seed and member of NABC.

You can read the digital version of the 2020 edition below.