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Sub-Saharan Africa's most and least resilient economies

Sub-Saharan Africa's most and least resilient economies (Infographics): Anna Rosenberg, Head, Sub-Saharan Africa Research, Frontier Strategy Group

While SSA was predicted to grow above 5% year-over-year in 2015 at the beginning of the year, actual GDP growth is more likely to come in at around 3–4% year-over-year.

Lagos, Nigeria

Economists share their 2016 outlook for Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa

These are the global economic realities that will continue to shape African markets in 2016. Strong US dollar. Low oil and commodity prices. Slowing Chinese growth.

Africa expansion drives SABMiller, AB InBev mega-merger

Africa expansion drives SABMiller, AB InBev mega-merger

Access to African markets is a key driver in the planned mega-merger of brewing giants SAB Miller and AB InBev, according to industry insiders.

Vans at Idumota Market in Lagos Island, Nigeria

Fact of the Day: Nigeria is the world's most-watched frontier market

Nigeria has consolidated its position as the most-watched frontier market in the latest WSJ Frontiers/FSG Frontier Market Sentiment Index as an increasing proportion of multinationals put the country on their watch list for potential future investment.

Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

The changing face of Lagos: Anna Rosenberg, Head, Sub-Saharan Africa Research, Frontier Strategy Group

My recent visit to Lagos has changed my perception of Nigeria’s commercial capital.

Richard Leggett, CEO, Frontier Strategy Group

Nine of the top twenty most interesting frontier markets are from Africa: Richard Leggett, CEO, Frontier Strategy Group (Video)

Nine of the top twenty most interesting frontier markets are from Africa: Richard Leggett, CEO, Frontier Strategy Group

Nigeria has attracted much attention from American and European multinationals, according to a new survey. Here is the Victoria Island waterfront in Lagos from June 3, 2014. Joe Penney, Reuters

Sub-Saharan Africa Is the New Investment Frontier

Nigeria leads frontier markets in attracting attention from American and European companies, according to the latest Frontier Markets Sentiment Index.