West African Legal Partners Has Successfully Launched in West Africa
A team of legal experts has successfully launched West African Legal Partners, which are focused on monitoring the market conditions and social, financial, and, of course, legal characteristics in this blossoming region.
Online, July 27, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Attorneys involved in this ambitious venture intend to study the consumer market in detail, including getting a handle on the exact distribution of the region's purchasing power and specific demographic information unique to the region.
A West African Legal Partners spokesperson said: "Our resources include an independent consulting network with a wide outreach, and we will look to this specialized network to get the information we need on the population's demographic information and measurements of purchasing power. Our research is geared toward increasing the entire population's ability to purchase goods and services and promote a free-market economy so that ultimately, everyone's lifestyle will be improved."
West African Legal Partners employees and expert consultants have regular direct contact with local agencies and associations so that the organization's projects reflect accurate, direct firsthand information that can be used to develop assessments for projects.
The West African economy is ripe for such projects, the West African Legal Partners spokesperson said, due to its explosive growth.
In 2011, West Africa's economy grew by 5.9 percent. However, in 2012, the economy in the sub-region of West Africa grew at a staggering rate of 6.9 percent, more than twice the rate of growth anywhere else in the world.
Part of West African Legal Partners' future plans include developing and organizing Central and Eastern European resources that will become involved in legal and economic affairs in the region of West Africa.
Traditionally, various cultures living in the region of West Africa shared similar traits in dress, food, and music that were not readily shared with outsiders. However, the age of colonization opened those living in the West African region, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the south and west and the Sahara Desert on the north.
Historically plagued by food shortages due to serious droughts as well as the spread of the disease Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in the 1990s, West Africa has struggled back to develop its economy to become a player in the global economy.
West African Legal Partners has successfully launched its economic and legal assessments and research in this ancient, historical region of the world in order to help West African countries develop strong economies and legal systems which will, in turn, improve the lives of all West African residents and, ultimately, fuel further development of the entire African continent.
"We respect and honor this region of the world, and we look forward with hope to working with Central and Eastern European interests to strengthen West Africa's legal and economic industries, tapping into their great potential to open up new opportunities that have never before presented themselves. The time is now, and West Africa is coming into its own. We are proud to be a part of this growth."