Ivory Coast has the fifth highest percentage of adults with mobile money accounts in the world.
While economic growth in Mali shows promise, escalating violence is scaring off foreign investors.
Serious problems detract from Algeria’s foreign direct investment appeal, although the government is making efforts to improve.
Even as General Electric looks to overhaul its business by selling assets and cutting back on capital expenditure, it is stepping up its investment in Africa—Nigeria in particular.
Tunisia’s economic problems highlight the need for foreign direct investment to shore up its economy.
After 37 years of autocratic rule under former President Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe has been left broke. Rebuilding promises to be a long, costly and tough process.
Tunisia’s economic problems high-light the need for foreign direct investment to shore up its economy.
These are the ratings for central bank governors from the Middle East and Africa regions in 2017.