SIERRA LEONE. Growth trajectory and increasing foreign investment drive nation towards realisation of vision 2030
With growth expected to come in around 6 per cent in 2017 and 2018, the World Bank has called Kenya 'one of the bright spots in sub-Saharan Africa'. Sustained economic growth, increasing foreign investment and the execution of infrastructure mega projects are amongst the factors that will help transform Kenya into a newly industrialising, middle-income country by 2030.
KENYA. A new beginning a resilient nation
This year Sierra Leone celebrates the 15th anniversary of the end of the civil war as a unifed nation and beacon of democracy and social progress in Africa. After a major setback with the Ebola crisis in 2014 and 2015, which led to economic contraction of over 20 per cent, the nation was offcially declared Ebola- free in March, and has resumed on a path to building sustainable and inclusive economic growth.
DR CONGO. Successful reforms instil new belief in DRC economy
High growth in the democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the past decade has been largely driven by the mining industry, and analysts believe it will continue to be one of sub-Saharan Africa's fastest growing economies over the next decade, with growth rates well above 6 per cent...
ANGOLA. Economic diversification driven by infrastructure overhaul
A decade of massive annual investments in strengthening Angola's transportation and logistics network looks set to continue and boost regional connectivity as the government forges ahead with major infrastructure projects and aims to attract up to an additional $10 billion in investment from domestic and foreign partners...
MOZAMBIQUE. 40th anniversary of independence marks beginning of new era
Mozambique not only welcomed its 40th anniversary of independence in 2015, it also welcomed its fourth president, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi. With the country having
recently made large gas discoveries, the timing is significant, as its new leader must now balance new found riches with perennial problems of poverty and peace...
ZAMBIA. A middle-income nation by 2030
THE ZAMBIAN GOVERNMENT, LED BY PRESIDENT EDGAR LUNGU, IS PUSHING AHEAD WITH ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION EFFORTS, TRANSFORMING THE COUNTRY FROM ONE HEAVILY RELIANT ON COPPER EXPORTS TO ONE WITH HIGHLY DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES ACROSS THE ECONOMIC SPECTRUM, INCLUDING ENERGY, AGRICULTURE, INFRASTRUCTURE, MANUFACTURING AND TOURISM. HOPING TO REALISE ITS LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT GOAL OF BECOMING A MIDDLE-INCOME NATION BY THE YEAR 2030, ZAMBIA IS INVITING INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE MEANINGFUL AND ENDURING CHANGE...
MEXICO. Strong leadership reforms economy
As Mexico implements a set of historic reforms that are expected to create millions of jobs, increase incomes and attract tens of billions of dollars in foreign investment over the next several years, its recent economic and fiscal performance continues to
UGANDA. Ready to take off
Natural resources are enabling Uganda to develop into one of East Africa's biggest economic powers and the country's government is now keen to maintain this momentum through further foreign investments and an ambitious series of infrastructure projects
GHANA. A standout for investors
High returns, political stability and a strict regulatory and legal framework make Ghana the standout destination for investment in West Africa
MALAYSIA: The gateway to Asean
Malaysia’s selection as the Asean chair in 2015 will see it take on a leading role in the landmark roll-out of Asia’s new trade and investment bloc, the AEC, a single market WITH 600m people and $2tn GDP
BAHRAIN: 200 years of UK relations
The UK and Bahrain this year celebrate 200 years of close friendship, strong bilateral commercial interaction, vibrant business links and ever-stronger two-way exchanges of knowledge, technology, innovation and culture
INDONESIA: An archipelago of opportunities
With the largest economy in Southeast Asia, the fourth largest market in the world and a significantly young population, Indonesia is predicted to be a top 10 economy by the year 2025
SAUDI ARABIA’s enviable economic performance
Western countries can only look with envy at the performance of the Arab world’s largest economy
EQUATORIAL GUINEA. The Atlantic’s new horizon
Under the banner of Horizon 2020, Equatorial Guinea’s government is working hand-in-hand with the private sector to galvanise social development and economic diversification. The billions of petrodollars pouring into the country by a buoyant oil industry are serving to speed things up
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