African countries economies have been doing very well in the recent days even though they have been facing a lot of challenges such as tough competition from the developed economies especially from Europe and also high rates of corruption, most of them have been recording constant positive growth for more than the last three years.
Here are the current top 10 biggest economies in Africa according with the latest rankings that were done by the IMF;
1. Nigeria with a GDP of $546 billion.
2. Egypt with a GDP of $419 billion.
3. South Africa with a GDP of $335 billion.
4. Algeria with a GDP of $150 billion.
5. Morocco with a GDP of $127 billion.
6. Kenya with a GDP of $108 billion.
7. Ethiopia with a GDP of $93 billion.
8. Ghana with a GDP of $76 billion.
9. Ivory Coast with a GDP of $73 billion.
10. Tanzania with a GDP of $67 billion.
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