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Access 2.1 million macroeconomic African data records at speed

Analyse Africa, a service from the Financial Times, is a digital database providing macroeconomic data from leading global sources including The World Bank Group, International Monetary Fund, United Nations and the World Economic Forum.


Sound information is imperative in order to identify opportunity, minimise risk and successfully tap into Africa’s massive growth potential.

Analyse Africa gives instant access to over 2.1 million African data records. All data is quality control checked and trend changes are highlighted and explained.

Data categories include banking & finance, economic potential, education, environment, foreign direct investment, infrastructure, labour, political stability, social dynamics and trade.  


Gain immediate insight into Africa

  • Save time and valuable resources
  • Access validated and quality-checked macroeconomic African data at speed
  • Benefit from expert comment on trend changes
  • View visuals of data selections
  • Export chart and tables into Excel, Word and PDF format
Position yourself at the forefront of Africa’s business opportunities, contact us today for a demonstration at AnalyseAfrica@ft.com or +44 (0)20 7775 6900.


New series from This is Africa

Discover the new series from our team of analysts who monitor trends and provide reflection based on data extracted from Analyse Africa.

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- Africa outperforms global economy despite downward revisions

Rwanda leads on child, maternal mortality gains

Burkina Faso leads on poverty, education development goals

Africa’s commercial service exports in decline

Africa’s 2015 growth second only to Asia: IMF


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