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Want to reap consistent, long-term profits? Set your investment sights on the focus of this year's World Economic Forum

by , 09 May 2013

It's not just Justin Bieber and Bon Jovi drawing the crowds in Cape Town this week. This year's World Economic Forum is currently underway in the city. The theme this year is ‘delivering on Africa's promise'. Here's how the world plans to do so, and why you need to sit up and take notice!

This year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) is being touted as "Africa's Davos," because the event will be used to flesh out the promise of a continent-wide economic revolution, says Fin24.
 
By improving lives, world leaders hope to make Africa a real player on the global stage.
 
That’s why the delegates will focus on how to shift the view of Africa, long-defined by poverty, disease and war, to one that lives up to its promise of growing its economy at more than 5% this year.
 
More investors are choosing Africa than ever before!
 
The reason for this expected growth?
 
More investor confidence, based on greater stability, better governance and high returns. 
 
The more investors realise the great returns they’ll get from investing in Africa, the better the investment forecast gets as more money flooding in means more improvements and better economic results.
 
And there are plans to further improve on investor confidence in Africa at the World Economic Forum.
 
The attendees will be discussing ways to ease dependence on natural resources and look into building infrastructure that would improve trade and bind disparate economies, while also unleashing Africans' talent, explains Fin24.
 
It’s the reason Africa's being touted as a dominant force in the world's economic landscape for decades to come, says FSP Invest.
 
Here’s why you need to pay attention to the outcomes of this week’s WEF…
 
“Fast-growing Africa could be a dominant force in the world's economic landscape for decades to come if the continent gets its act together, says Fin24.
 
That’s why investors who ignore Africa as an investment destination do so at “their own peril”, says MoneyWeek.
 
So watch for the outcomes of the WEF discussions as Africa’s growth story looks to strengthen further and become a top investment destination.
 


Want to reap consistent, long-term profits? Set your investment sights on the focus of this year's World Economic Forum
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