I read an article on buzzercast.com this morning, “Moving African integration further forward”, which I feel like sharing my view on.Continue reading
African Business News
Well, whichever group you belong watch this video and comment. Give one or two points of “Lesson learn”.
Economic growth in Africa varies across countries and regions, reflecting factors such as differences in income levels, dependence on commodity exports, political and social stability, and macroeconomic and structural policies.
In 2015, growth continued to be highest in East Africa, followed by West Africa and Central Africa, and remained lowest in Southern Africa and North Africa. Assuming a gradual improvement in international and domestic conditions, growth is projected to accelerate in all regions in 2016/17.
It’s clear that both West and East African regions, accounting for 38 countries in the continent, are since 2012 pulling the African average GDP rates up. Agriculture in the western countries and tourism in the east are the most promising and potential industries.