Workers at Rova Caviar Madagascar grade and analyse the caviar extracted from a sturgeon at the Acipenser factory, last June in Mantasoa, Madagascar. Photo: AFP Workers at Rova Caviar Madagascar grade and analyse the caviar extracted from a sturgeon at the Acipenser factory, last June in Mantasoa, Madagascar. Photo: AFP
Workers at Rova Caviar Madagascar grade and analyse the caviar extracted from a sturgeon at the Acipenser factory, last June in Mantasoa, Madagascar. Photo: AFP
Stewart Paterson
Opinion

Opinion

Stewart Paterson

Manufacturers pulling out of China should consider Africa to diversify their supply chain

  • Africa, with its rapidly growing working-age population, newly formed free-trade single market and cost competitiveness, is poised for an exponential economic expansion in the coming decades

Workers at Rova Caviar Madagascar grade and analyse the caviar extracted from a sturgeon at the Acipenser factory, last June in Mantasoa, Madagascar. Photo: AFP Workers at Rova Caviar Madagascar grade and analyse the caviar extracted from a sturgeon at the Acipenser factory, last June in Mantasoa, Madagascar. Photo: AFP
Workers at Rova Caviar Madagascar grade and analyse the caviar extracted from a sturgeon at the Acipenser factory, last June in Mantasoa, Madagascar. Photo: AFP
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