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Showcasing Africa’s fastest growing, inspiring companies

The London Stock Exchange's (LSE) 2019 Companies To Inspire Africa Report has been described as a publication designed to retell the African story and shine the spotlight on the continent’s private sector. Ibukun Adebayo, Director and Co-head Emerging Markets at the London Stock Exchange Group joins CNBC Africa for more.

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