The United States has been the country of choice for companies in Africa for more than a decade, but there’s a big caveat: It’s the most developed continent in the world.
It’s one of the fastest-growing and most influential economies in the region, and it’s one that is growing faster than the rest of the world combined.
So when it comes to the economy, it’s not only the U.S. that’s ahead.
But a new report from the World Economic Forum suggests there are some things that make it more likely for African countries to be the winners in the next decade.
Here’s what they say.
Africa is now the world’s largest manufacturing region 2.
Africa has seen an average annual growth rate of about 7% per year 3.
African countries have seen a 15% growth rate in the last 10 years in manufacturing 4.
And, in the past decade, they’ve seen a 35% rise in exports, and a 40% increase in imports from the U,S.
As a result, the average annual global growth rate for African manufacturing has been 4.8%.
For example, it was 7.7% for China in 2016, and is up to 5.3% for Nigeria in 2017.
The growth rate has been rising for years and countries are getting better at doing things that will help the U and U.K. do better economically.
Africa exports more than its imports 7.1% of its goods and services to the U., the U .
K., France and other nations.
The average growth rate is around 2.6%.
The U.N. says this is a good thing for the continent and an opportunity for Africa.
Africa’s exports have been growing at an annual rate of 3.9% since 2008.
But the U’s exports are down, France’s are up, and Nigeria’s exports were up slightly last year.
And India’s exports jumped by a quarter.
The U is the world leader in manufacturing, so it’s clear that Africa has a lot of potential to be a very successful economy.
But it’s also a very different type of economy.
And as a result it’s going to be hard for African economies to keep pace with the rest, especially as they get into the growth phase.