Africa Benchmarks Assessed by IOA in Its In-demand Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
05 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Africa consists of 54 independent countries and the disputed Western Sahara territory. Whilst some nations are fortunate enough to have plentiful natural resources and others are harsh deserts or secluded volcanic islands, all hold promise for greatness. There is a wide discrepancy in African nations’ success at procuring economies, political systems as well as welfare and social benefits for their people. Certain countries achieve high results, whilst others are ‘failed states’ in essence – hazardous, distressed places with ineffective social and political systems.
In-demand research study “Africa Country Benchmark Report (ACBR)” drawn up by In On Africa (IOA) provides a holistic, complete analysis of each African nation, region and the entire continent, pinpointing the real “benchmarks” of the continent. It provides a clear view of the performance of Africa’s 54 states by giving a true comparative assessment, uncovering the real country benchmarks of the continent.
The report provides a consolidation, interrogation and interpretation of a vast array of data, such as over 30 global reputable indices and ranking systems, ranging from the World Bank’s ease of doing business index to Freedom House’s index of freedom in the world, in tandem with key indicators and statistical figures. ACBR provides qualitative data on the African continent’s economic, business, political and social performances, as well as deep insights from over 40 experts across the continent.
More in-demand research reports by In On Africa (IOA) are available at its page.