New paths for business and government

The buzz around growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is almost deafening. With six of the world’s ten fastest-growing economies located here, it has rightly been called ‘the new frontier’ by investors and observers—both regional and global.

But what do the region’s business and government leaders think? What’s on their agendas, as they plan for and navigate rapid growth?

To find out, we surveyed 201 CEOs in ten of Africa’s biggest markets and compared the results to our 14th Annual CEO Survey, conducted globally. We also hosted panel discussions and in-depth interviews with many more business and government leaders, all of whom shared their insights on doing business in Africa. And we tapped our own network of issue experts and business advisors, which is the largest in Africa.

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Leonard Mususa

Country Senior Partner
PwC Tanzania

+255 (22) 219 2000

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