French Africa, or francophone Africa, can be viewed as a “different animal”, in that that there is, of course, a different language and also, some would argue, a different cultural orientation than the so-called anglophone countries. Francophone Africa is made up of 15 countries and at least 115 million people. That’s as of 2007, so it’s probably grown a lot since!
Some of the countries, such as Senegal, the Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire), Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are experiencing rapid economic growth.
We here at Africa Investment Report are researching investment opportunities for you by not only looking at the literature in English, but also in French!
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