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Zambia is widely recognized for offering one of the suitable economic and political environments for investors in Africa. While its economy remains dependent on mining revenues, especially copper, it has been diversifying on there back of expanding infrastructure and economic diversification policies.
FOCUS vous propose une édition unique et en français sur l’une des économies africaines les plus dynamiques, la Côte d’Ivoire. Avec des informations exclusives partagées par les membres du gouvernement d’Amadou Gon Coulibaly et du secteur privé, FOCUS sur la Côte d’Ivoire vous donne des aperçus exclusifs sur les opportunités d’investissement dans les infrastructures, les transports et les mines.
FOCUS has compiled a unique edition on one of Africa’s fastest growing economies, Cote d’Ivoire. With exclusive insights from the government and the privare sector, FOCUS on Cote d’Ivoire gives you the latest on investment opportunities across infrastructure, transport and mining.
A solid framework for the future. Safety and environmental issues are a central part of new projects.
“We are not looking just four years ahead. We are looking at the next ten years” explained Mr. Wabote of the NCDMB in his exclusive interview. Nigerian gas and oil, always a pillar of the economy and often blamed as a scapegoat for its problems, has matured. “Solar, hydro, biofuels, we have it all in Nigeria. What we have tried to do is to spread the language and steer the discussion towards the right energy mix. The value chain has to be properly strung together” explains Osten Olorunsola, Chairman of the Energy Institute.
The time for investing in Nigeria is now!
Nigeria is Africa’s biggest economy, the continent’s most populous nation and one of the most exciting growth areas in the world. With a market projected to double by 2025 to around one trillion dollars, while the population is projected to rocket to 240 million people by 2050. Over 17 years of civilian rule, its democracy has consolidated, culminating in a peaceful transfer of power in 2015 – against the predictions of many observers. Economic liberalisation has drawn investors from across the world attracted by the country’s vast market- not just its oil . In fact, over the past decade average GDP growth rates of around 7% were driven not by oil, the major export, but by the non-oil sector . Agriculture and manufacturing are growing consistently and systematically. Manufacturing is helping to drive growth in promising non-oil sectors, but the challenges involved are as complex and grand in scale as the opportunities.
An overview of Nigerian agriculture is an enormous task on many levels. This after all is an ancient continent where farming has played a central part for hundreds of thousands of years. Yet at the same time it is today at the forefront of new technologies transforming the sector. We interviewed companies dealing with herdsmen friction while in the same regions others are using drones and smartphones to get ahead with world class innovations. The scale of the country and the opportunities are hard to grasp. In this booklet you will read proven, expert opinions from some of the richest people in the world, entrepreneurs that both built empires and helped the country leap ahead at a dizzying pace.