Top 10 Most Developed Countries in Africa 2021.kampiiproductions | 27.01.2021 | 0 | World
Hello readers, have u ever wondered what countries are the most developed in Africa? We did research on the most developed countries, and here are the Top 10 Most Developed Countries in Africa 2021.
Here are the Top 10 Most Developed Nations in Africa 2020
Global Ranking: 62
Seychelles drives its economy through tourism and has managed to maintain considerable growth within the last decade
Global Ranking: 66
Mauritius has managed to improve significantly and stabilize its economy since gaining independence in 1968
Global Ranking: 85
Algeria is a major player in the MENA region and is on record to have achieved the remarkable feat of reducing poverty in the country by 20% within the last 20 years
Global Ranking: 95
Despite having a very turbulent history, Tunisia has gradually evolved into a nation with a developing and stable economy.
Tunisia’s economy depends on tourism, agriculture, and electrical/mechanical exportation.
Global Ranking: 101
It has maintained an average of 5% growth per annum over the last decade.
The country’s economy relies on mining, construction, and service sectors.
Global Ranking: 106
Rwanda recently emerged in the top 30 countries of the World Bank’s Doing Business Report in 2019 for the first time with a remarkable score of 77.88.
Global Ranking: 110
It is the fifth-largest oil producer in Africa and boasts of one of the highest urbanization rates on the African continent.
Global Ranking: 113
South Africa has always had a highly developed economy and advanced infrastructure. It is a significant player on the African continent.
However, development has slowed down, and the nation has one of the highest inequality rates in the world.
Global Ranking: 114
Egypt has improved its economic activities in the last decade; the country has adopted many amendments and reforms and is beginning to reap the fruits as its GDP experienced a 5.3% increase within six years.
Global Ranking: 123
Morocco’s economy is stable and versatile. The country has experienced growth in various industries over the last decade.
There is still significant room for improvement in the African continent for growth. As you can see from the list, the highest developing countries are not the wealthiest countries on the continent. Did your country make the list ??