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Foreign Investment in Africa

Foreign Investment

in Africa



WHAT IS DIRECT

FOREIGN INVESTMENT?



Direct foreign investment is the net inflow of

investment to acquire a lasting management

interest (10 percent or more of voting stock) in

an enterprise operating in an economy other

than that of the investor.



INVESTMENTS

Measured in $ Billions:

1 000 000 000



EGYPT $6712

NIGERIA $5787

SOUTH AFRICA $5628

ALGERIA $2847

SUDAN $2682

CONGO REPUBLIC $2205

ANGOLA $2205

MOROCCO $1970

GHANA $1711

LIBYA $1711

TUNISIA $1595

MADAGASCAR $1384

IVORY COAST $380

D.R. CONGO $951400000

MOZAMBIQUE $881000000

NIGER $738904000

ZAMBIA $699150000

NAMIBIA $490000000

CHAD $461808000

TANZANIA $414500000

CAMEROON $340120000

BOTSWANA $251567000

ETHIOPIA $221460000

LIBERIA $217803000

SENEGAL $201545000

BURKINA FASO $171406000

KENYA $140500000

RWANDA $118672000

BURUNDI $118672000

MALI $109101000

SOMALIA $108000000

Foreign Investment in Africa

shared by judithgold on Dec 22, 2011 in Economy

Foreign Investment in Africa

shared by judithgold on Dec 22, 2011 in Economy

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