East Africa could become the fastest growing region in the world

posted 29 Dec 2011, 05:53 by Mark Torokwa   [ updated 29 Dec 2011, 05:59 ]

 

According to a new and innovative approach to estimating the future growth potential of countries — designed by professors at Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) — East Africa could become the fastest growing region in the world between now and 2020. Uganda, at an estimated average annual gross domestic product growth rate of 6.41 per cent would have the highest growth potential in the world, followed closely by Kenya at 6.1 per cent, and Tanzania at 6.07 per cent.

 

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Mark Torokwa,
29 Dec 2011, 05:53
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