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Summary: This year's African Economic Outlook predicts that development aid will continue to fall and global FDI competition will keep heating up--making private investment incentives critical
Global value chains hold the promise of boosting employment and structural transformation in Africa, the 2014 African Economic Outlook (AEO) has said.
According to the 2018 edition of the African Economic Outlook (AEO), Africa's infrastructural needs are estimated at around $130--170bn annually.
In its African Economic Outlook 2018 report, the African Development Bank estimated Africa's infrastructure funding gap to be as much as $ii2bn annually, which gives the EBRD plenty of room to make an impact.
Africa's GDP growth is projected to accelerate to 4% in 2019 and 4.1% in 2020 from 3.5% last year, according to the African Development Bank's 2019 African Economic Outlook report, which argues that implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement could boost economies by $134bn a year.
However, since the last quarter of 2016 growth as slowed moderately with a full year growth expectation of 6.5 per cent for 2017 according to the African Economic Outlook 2018.
Of this, about US $130-170 billion a year is needed for infrastructure, according to the African Development Bank's African Economic Outlook 2018.
According to the African Development Bank's African Economic Outlook 2018, of this, about US $130-170 billion a year in infrastructure will be needed.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) in its 2018 African Economic Outlook pins GDP growth for 2018 at 4.2 per cent and 4.3 per cent in 2019.
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