April 16, 2014

WSJ Opinion: Africa is Refuting the Usual Economic Pessimism

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Goldman Sachs predicts that Nigeria's economy will be bigger than Canada's or Italy's by 2050 -- and not far behind Germany's.

Writing about Nigeria and Africa for The Wall Street Journal, Ian Birrell says, "There is nothing illusory about the rapid growth and rampant change across the continent. Profound problems remain, as in other parts of the world -- but much of Africa stands on the brink of takeoff comparable to China's. Those who fail to see this are likely to regret their anachronistic attitude."
To benefit more from Mr. Birrell's perspective, click through the following link to read his complete column: Africa is Refuting the Usual Economic Pessimism.

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