KEY TAKEAWAYS
  • Strained macroeconomic conditions caused by subdued commodity prices have caused private investor interest in the region to cool.
  • However, U.K., U.S., and French investors still hold most of Africa’s FDI stock, and China is still Africa’s largest creditor, holding 14% of sub-Saharan Africa’s debt stock.
  • Foreign investors are driving investments into infrastructure projects that could allow them to tap into the massive commercial possibilities presented in the African continent.

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