ECONOMIC growth in sub-Saharan Africa in 2004, is expected to be slightly higher than that of 2013, according to the
IMF says in its latest report that growth would be at around six per cent.
"This growth, coupled with the more than one billion consumers on the continent who spend
"According to Deloitte,
"As African economies are some of the fastest growing in the world, the outlook for the continent is very positive going forward."
"Manufacturing, on a large scale, is still somewhat embryonic in
"As important, a growing SME base will create hundreds and thousands of new jobs, which is an absolute must for this ever growing continent."
He said he was impressed by expansion of infrastructure in the country including construction and upgrading roads, airports and sea-ports.
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