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Looking back: trends that shaped African business in 2016

New from How we made it in Africa

Africa has the potential of becoming the world’s factory. 

1 As Africa is increasingly moving towards China the economic power and investment opportunities in Africa has moved from west Africa to east Africa in 2016

2 Africa’s economies to industrialise and diversify their economies away from a preponderance on oil, in mobile phones, internet, vehicle manufacturing, urbanisation, infrastructure development is that to say, a growing middle class.

3 Regionalisation is a continuing trend in Africa2015 saw the signing of the Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) and The Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA), which is expected to be in place by October 2017, will bring together all 54 African countries , One of the strategies “Made at Home”. 

4 But More than 620 million people have no access to electricity.

Agriculture is still a major sector for employment and industrialisation. It employs most of the labour force and contributes to 25% of GDP, but Aeroponics and aquaponics are emerging as new technologies