There are 54 countries in Africa, and over 1.2 billion people live there, with the majority speaking English as a second language.
The GDP of the continent stands at $ 2.2 trillion. There is rapid economic growth in some African countries today among the most developed and industrialized countries are Nigeria, South Africa, Morocco, Ethiopia Fortunately for these countries, they have an abundance of cheap labour and Countries such as China and Brazil have recognised this as an opportunity to invest in infrastructure to upgrade. Yet, there are advantageous tax rates for small businesses, businesses located in priority. As a result, we can explain the rapid growth we are witnessing today.
Aside from foreign investments in agriculture, which improve existing local infrastructures, Although it is a third world country, innovation in the world also occurs in these countries. Because they are at a different starting point than more western countries and because these industries are only now developing, investments in these industries are very beneficial.