Centurion, South Africa, September 05, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- With the oil price rising steadily, experts expect investors to flock to Africa to invest in recently discovered oil fields. Organisers for the Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment Summit to be held in Cape Town from the 29th to the 31st of October indicate that numerous investors are attending the summit with a view of understanding Africa’s newly discovered oil wealth.
“We are inundated by enquiries from international investors and investment firms who are trying to get into Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda with a view of tapping into the new oil wealth,” according to Garikai Nhongo, the Managing Director of Egoli Communications who are hosting the event. With new oil discoveries in East and West Africa, the two African regions will be the focus of attention for numerous investors at the summit and beyond the event.
Apart from oil, investors are keen on numerous other investment opportunities that they can find. Reports suggest that Zimbabwe’s recovering economy and growing diamond fields are also areas that investors will be looking to plough money into. Moreover, Southern Sudan has attracted much interest as a new state and will a strong delegation expected to attend the summit, investors are expected to have their pick of opportunities.
The Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment Summit will be held from the 29th to the 31st of October in Cape Town South Africa. For more details, visit www.africa-asia-europe.com
About Egoli Communications:
The Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment summit is Africa's premier Trade & Investment event bringing together 6000 delegates from 61 countries across the 3 continents. The summit boasts 300 exhibitors, 24 speaker presentations, 9 panel discussions, a televised debate and numerous networking opportunities.
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