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University Research Project Wins Funding

Solalina Investment Limited (a Nigeria based conglomerate), in conjunction with Canterbury Christ Church University, has embarked on a £4000 funded research project on International investment agreements and economic development in Africa.

The board discussing the benefits of the projectThe project aims at investigating the impact of Bilateral Investment Treaties and other International Investment Agreements on Economic Development in Africa. The Chairman of Solalina Investment Limited, Mr Moses Oruaze Dickson Jnr. made this known during the launch of the project, that the project will support increased awareness on the role of International Investment agreements in Africa.

"This project is reflection of our growing research profile in Law and the research culture across the School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing." 

Dr. Chrispas Nyombi
Dr. Chrispas Nyombi

The Group General Manager of Solalina investment group, Mr Okoro Joshua, also noted that the research aims at meeting the growing reform agenda surrounding international investment laws, and further promote bilateral ties in the global market. He stressed the need for building a stronger economic climate in Africa, adding that Solalina Investment Limited aims to continue its mission of creating opportunities and transforming lives across the Africa by supporting similar research projects in the future. 

INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA (Led by Dr Chrispas Nyombi, School of Law, Criminal Justice & Computing)

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Last edited: 03/10/2017 14:00:00