Tunisia is the 13th country CEOs think is the most attractive for investments in Africa, according to the 2020 Africa Investment Attractiveness Index, based on the response of African business leaders during a survey carried out (for the second consecutive year) by Africa CEO Forum and Deloitte.
According to the surveyors, the index “aims to provide an overview of the investment appetite of private sector leaders” and “is not designed to analyze investment conditions or rank the ease of doing business in a given country.”
The surveyed CEOs had to answer to the following question: “Which African countries do you find to be the most attractive for investment at present?”
Côte d’Ivoire comes first in this ranking, ahead of Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, and Rwanda (in that order).
The second half of the Top 10 is respectively occupied by Ethiopia, Nigeria, Morocco, DR Congo, and South Africa.