Africa Macro Service
A wider portfolio of Africa monitoring services, with macroeconomic, industry and city forecasts.
African economies are exhibiting a dynamism that presents opportunities for firms seeking new markets. Annual economic growth across the continent has averaged 4.5% since 2000 and is forecast to outstrip that of any other world region until 2030. Yet reliable and comparable forecasts and analysis are hard to find for Africa. Oxford Economics and NKC African Economics together provide the most complete coverage of the continent, with coverage of 55 national economies and unique forecasts for 102 cities across the continent.
In addition to the core set of Africa analysis provided by NKC African Economics, Oxford Economics provides a comprehensive databank on national and city economies, industry data and country models:
- In-depth Country Reports. Each quarter’s significant economic, political and financial market developments for 30 key countries.
- Events-driven analysis. Talking Points, Daily Africa Insight and Weekly Africa Insight provide commentary and analysis on Africa’s important economic and political events as they occur.
- Country Economic Forecasts. Concise reports providing analysis and forecasts through 2050 for 55 countries
- Macroeconomic databank covering all African nations. Comprehensive forecast data and history for all African countries to 2050 covering a range of economic indicators for every country, including GDP and domestic demand, prices and wages, labour market, trade, balance of payments, financial indicators, government accounts, and socioeconomic and demographic data sets.
- City-level forecasts for 102 African locations. Consistent annual historic data and forecasts for total GDP and employment, as well as for industries, population, income distribution, consumer spending, and retail sales for 102 cities across 54 countries.
- Industry outlook and analysis. Our industry reports and databank include analysis and forecasts for the largest African economies.
- Country models. Our Global Economic Model covers 80 countries, including 13 African nations: Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia, Uganda, and Zambia.