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Why Invest in Africa?
Africa continually generates the kind of headlines that make Westerners uneasy. But more fund managers and economists believe it’s time for that to change. With a lot of factors falling into place at the same time, the continent could be on the brink of a promising upturn.
The IMF estimates that the real GDP of sub-Saharan Africa as a whole will grow by 5.1% and 5.8% in 2014 and 2015, as foreign investments in natural resources, increased public spending on infrastructure and better agricultural production combine to help local economies accelerate.
Most recently, the IMF estimated that the U.S. economy would expand by 3.1% and the euro only around 1.3% in 2015. Africa could be the ‘emerging market’ story of the next decade.... So if you aren’t investing in Africa, you’re missing out.