Expressed in terms of purchasing-power parity. Source: Analysis of World Bank data
The New York Times: For decades, the economies of Africa were the world’s economic laggards. They aren’t anymore. Over the last decade, Africa’s per capita income has grown at a rate nearly identical to that of the rest of the world. It’s reasonable to imagine that the continent is in the early stages of a trajectory that could mimic that of Latin America or, more ambitiously, parts of Asia. Click through the following link to read the full article: Africa’s Economy Is Rising. Now What Happens to Its Food?
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