Interesting investment numbers of Africa

Making an investment in Africa requires in-depth knowledge of markets and numbers. Sekta – Money & Information On East Africa Business – has dug up some interesting facts about opportunities you were probably not aware of.

Nigeria has the world’s second-highest growth in new champagne consumption, trailing only France. Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is the second largest ‘Francophone’ urban area in the world after Paris. An estimated 24 million people – 40% of the total population of the country – live in the capital. South Africa has 71,000 dollar millionaires, 60% of the total number in sub-Saharan Africa. The dollar millionaires are expected to triple by 2016. Africa is now the world’s most youthful continent with approximately 65% of the total population below the ages of 35 years, and 35% between the ages of 15 and 35 years.

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