March 13, 2011

The Rise of Sub-Saharan Africa

David Pett, Financial Post

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Once the undisputed worst economic region in the world, sub-Saharan Africa is now one of the fastest-growing areas on the planet and despite the turmoil in North Africa, has become one of the most incredible success stories of the global economy.

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TAGGED: Nigeria, Kenya, China, Liberia, Rwanda, sub-Saharan Africa, Africa

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