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IMF: Sub-Saharan Africa Expects Sound Economic Growth in 2013

West Africa is buoyant with natural resources and these have become the main focus of foreign countries when looking for opportunities with the region. There have been vast improvements within infrastructure and governance of many countries, enabling the commodities business to go from strength to strength in recent years. The IMF predicts growth of 5% in 2013 and 2014, far exceeding predictions for growth in The West. Antoinette Sayeh, director of the IMF’s Africa department, told journalists…

Sub-Saharan Africa will be among the fastest growing places in the world, second only to developing Asia.

Read more about Sub-Saharan Africa’s strong growth expectations here.