Africa hides a huge technological potential that, with support from the private sector and cooperation between African regions, can transform the continent into a more competitive player in the global market, concluded speakers at the introduction of Microsoft 4Afrika Initiative in Brussels on 5 June.

The project was launched in February aiming to  improve Africa's competitiveness worldwide, by focusing in three areas: world-class skills, access and innovation.

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