Africa's investment and business challenges

Buyers look at the first crop of Zimbabwe's tobacco (photo:dpa)
Buyers look at the first crop of Zimbabwe's tobacco (photo:dpa)

Over the next 10 years, economic growth in Africa will be driven by the continent`s large and increasingly urban population, an emerging middle class which creates a burgeoning consumer market, improved macroeconomic policies and regional integration. Africa will remain one of the most attractive regions for international investors. But whether the continent rises or falls will be determined by the quality of its leaders.

<i>There are well-founded reasons for optimism about Africa. Over the past decade Sub-Saharan Africa has been among the world`s fastest-growing regions. More importantly, growth is becoming increasingly sustainable, driven not only by commodities, but also by d...

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