Relatively well-diversified in the region, the Moroccan economy is estimated to have a robust rebound of 4.2% in 2017, after a sluggish growth of 1.2% in 2016 due to a severe drought. Real GDP growth is expected to reach 3% in 2018. More
South Africa, well known for its precious metals and agricultural products like fruit and wines, has transformed from an agriculture- and mining-dominated economy into a sophisticated manufacturing- and services-based economy. To pave way for long-term economic growth, the government has launched the National Development Plan 2030 with state-led infrastructure and industrial investment as the main policy tools to drive employment and economic growth. More
Hong Kong public infrastructure expertise is set to play a pivotal role in Central Africa following the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the government of the Republic of Chad and Hong Kong’s Hsin Chong Group.