Policy Design and Valuation, Investable Cities, The Digital Revolution, AfCTFA, and more

Yash Ramkolowan is Managing Director at DNA Economics. We explore key challenges and solutions to policy design and valuation, emerging disruptors and opportunities, how to make cities more 'investable', the current status of AfCFTA, and more.

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  • Key challenges to policy design and valuation that cities and business are faced with and potential solutions.
  • Key opportunities to grab on to and emerging disruptors impacting us in the near future.
  • How to make cities (and projects) more 'investable'. What we are not getting right and how to fix it?
  • How municipalities can stay relevant in the future.
  • The current status of AfCFTA in early 2023. Challenges, Opportunities and more.
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