Reported investments in May 2016 confirm the recovery of private investment and the renewed confidence of economic operators.
Indeed, investments reported in industry have concerned 1,265 projects against 1,129 projects in May 2015, i.e. a budget of 1,429.6 MTD and a change in value at the rate of 21%, according to the latest figures released by the Ministry of Development, Investment and international Cooperation, a copy of which was received by African Manager.
Reported investment in service activities from them include 4,374 projects against 4,207 projects in May 2015, with a total investment of about 611.2 MTD and an increase rate of 11.3%.
The expected new jobs created will be 25,165 positions in industry and 16,710 jobs in the services activities.
Reported investments are also marked by the sharp improvement in projects based in western regions whose share rose 82.6% for industrial activities and 14% for services, compared to 6.2% and 14.0% in the eastern regions.
Similarly, totally exporting projects reported in May 2016 grew 51.2%, while other projects rose at a rate of 9.8% during the same period.