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In the 2018/19 fiscal year ended June 30, Egypt's real GDP growth rate was 5.6%, higher than the previous fiscal year's 5.3%, and the World Bank attributed its growth to net exports.
Thanks to continued public investment and the expansion of the energy industry and the digital economy, Senegal's economy is growing strongly.
The African Infrastructure Consortium (ICA) announced that funding for infrastructure development in Africa reached $100 billion in 2018.
Treasury Sevretary Henry Rotich said that Kenya's economy has grown at the fastest rate in eight years in 2018 and may grow at a similar rate this year. Gross domestic product increased by 6.3% year-on-year. The improvement of agriculture and manufacturing have promoted annual growth rates.
Morocco uses a borderline with Europe and relatively low labor costs to build a diversified, open, market-oriented economy.
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