But Brown : — notes that there are competing prophecies about the cross-over date when China trumps the United States, starting with the IMF advancing it to In turn, they inform and advance alternative definitions of and directions for development. With new energy discoveries and investments, a second tier of oil producers has emerged after Nigeria and Angola: Equatorial Guinea, Congo-Brazzaville, Gabon, South Sudan and now Ghana, with Uganda eager to join.
Liquefied natural gas is now exported from Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Mozambique; will the latter be able to challenge the dominance of Qatar and Australia by ? Meanwhile, within such dramatic global reordering, the varieties of capitalisms, state and non-state, proliferate.
Nigeria, including its mega-cities like Lagos and Ibadan, is a highly informal political economy with a small formal sector beer, consumer goods such as soft drinks and soaps, finance, telecommunications and so on ; by contrast, despite its ubiquitous shanty-towns, South Africa is based on a well-established formal economy centred on mining, manufacturing, farming, finance, services and so on. Since majority democratic rule, South African companies and supply-chains, brands and franchises have penetrated the continent; initially into Eastern from Southern Africa, but now increasingly into West Africa and Angola.
The proliferation of states along with capitalisms postbipolarity has led to a parallel proliferation of regions, especially if diversities of non-state, informal even illegal regions are so considered. And increasingly ubiquitous airline alliances link regional hubs including in the global South, especially Asia, from Singapore to Panama. And in the Gulf, between Europe and Asia, the trio of burgeoning airlines takes different trajectories: Emirates is its own de facto global alliance; Etihad purchases other carriers from Air Berlin to Alitalia; and Qatar is now oneworld.
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