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Africa is the second largest continent on earth with a population of 1.07 billion. The population is pedicted to rise to 2 billion by 2050  with Africa having 25% of the global workforce. Africa has a $2 trillion economy with 54 countries, a third of which have annual GDP growth of 6% or more. Six of the top ten fastest growing economies in the world are in Africa.

Africa is rich in natrual resources with petroleum and natural gas accounting for the main exports.  Africa is rich in minerals such as bauxite, cobalt, industrial diamond, phosphate rock, platinum, vermiculite, zirconium and gold. Africa also has 60% of the world's uncultivated arable land. Africa, however, faces many challenges such as poverty, climate change and disease but it's economy is experiencing growth in construction, telecommunications, banking and retail. 

The leading economies of Africa are South Africa with a GDP $272 billion; Nigeria with a GDP of $141 billion; Algeria with a GDP of $137 billion; Egypt with a GDP of $111 billion; Angola with a GDP of $66 billion; Morocco is now the sixth largest African economy with a GDP of $61 billion; Libya is the seventh largest African economy with a GDP of $56 billion; Sudan is the eighth largest African economy with a GDP of $45 billion; Tunisia is ninth with a GDP of $33 billion; Zimbabwe is tenth with a GDP of $26 billion.  

Africa needs huge investment in infrastructure in order to move forward and this will require greater public-private partnerships. Political stability is necessary to support and drive investment across the continent along with improvements in education, micro-economic stability, conflict resolution and continued GDP growth.

If growth continues at this pace Africa will be a dominant economic force by 2050.

Research and Experts provide many country specific reports on the African region which will help you with your market research.  Our reports provide data on market drivers and indicators, along with leading companies, latest projects and industry news on African industries.  

Researchandexperts.comis a  leading source of market research on Africa. 

 

Construction Projects in South Africa

Reason to Buy

  • Overview of the commercial construction industry in South Africa
  • Historic and forecast market value for the commercial construction industry by construction output and value-add methods for the period 2007 through to 2016
  • Historic and forecast market value by construction activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) across the commercial construction industry for the period 2007 through to 2016

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