south africa, kenya and sudan
I had always thought it would be SSA by default(typically is...), but if I were including North Africa I'd add Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt. Most of North Africa is already pretty industrialized in any case, but those 3 countries I think could really jump ahead. Egypt is getting a lot of investment-I'm hearing about a bunch of new car factories and the like going up there, and they even signed a contract recently to manufacture 80 chinese military jets.Dante, I agree with your selections but I have a question, why Cameroon over Nigeria ?
What about North-Africa are they skipped on this thread ? Only SSA ?
http://www2.goldmansachs.com/hkchina/insight/research/pdf/BRICs_3_12-1-05.pdfGoldman Sachs believes that only two countries in Africa will overtake Italy in GDP size by 2015 i.e. Nigeria and Egypt.
I chose cameroon over nigeria mainly because:
out of curiousity on which basis did you exclude those 2 countries?Not all north African countries.Many are not even resourceful as you might think--I have gone through length and breadth of all North African countries which is going to get behind many African countries as the world sees to development in those countries of sub-saharan.Lybia,tunisia are exempted from being African Lion or African Tiger in the likeness of the Asian's in decade to come.
the only troubled region in sudan is darfur which is far from other regions. it's like saying the niger delta issue effects all of nigeria....plus sudan has already accepted the U.N force which will be deployed real soon.lol @ people choosing Sudan over countries like Nigeria, heck while you're at it I'll just throw in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Congo.