There is a growing self-confidence amongst Africans, as well as a growing awareness that regional barriers need to be broken down so that intra-African trade can be increased.
During the just concluded World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town, Ernst and Young revealed the “Africa attractiveness survey” on the perceptions surrounding business in Africa.
The firm polled 500 companies from around the world, as well as Africans themselves, and found that – no surprises here – Africa is becoming increasingly attractive to international investors. Read the full article on Africa’s growing attractiveness by CNN Correspondent, Robyn Curnow
The sectors targeted by investors include agriculture, consumer products, infrastructure, telecoms, financial services and mining. DOWNLOAD THE ERNST AND YOUNG “Africa attractiveness survey”- Click 11EDA187_attractiveness_africa_low_resolution_final