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After the breakneck growth rates that characterised much of Africa's first decade in the 21st century, we are entering a more sober period. That is not to say the region is in freefall; while capital investment decreased by 24% to $66.5bn in 2015, the number of FDI projects increased by 6% to 705. Of these investments, 44% went into infrastructure related areas including power, construction and ICT.

The Africa Investment Report 2016 includes:

  • Macroeconomic trends
  • Top investing companies in Africa by capital
  • Top investing companies in Africa by project number
  • Sector breakdown of FDI into Africa by project numbers
Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey
From Analysis

Offshore interests not aligned with Africa's development agenda

Offshore financial centres can help curb illicit flows by exchanging tax information and providing transparent beneficial ownership information.

Kofi Annan
From Policy

Long road ahead for ambitious post-2015 agenda

As leaders prepare to enshrine the post-2015 development agenda, Kofi Annan backs the universal mandate while acknowledging implementation challenges ahead.

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