Dissemination of the African Economic Outlook 2010
News, Papers, Press Releases
- 10/02/2010 - 2010 African Economic Outlook Peer Review Meeting in Tunis: Partnership to Ensure Consistent and High-Quality Analysis
- 10/02/2010 - Interview with Economic Development and Research Department Director, Léonce Ndikumana
- 09/02/2010 - Bank Group Hosts African Economic Outlook 2010 Peer Review Meeting in Tunis
- 24/05/2010 - Africa’s Growth on the Rebound - African Economic Outlook 2010 Launched in Abidjan
- 24/05/2010 - 80 percent of African countries register growth in 2009 – African Economic Outlook report
- 24/05/2010 - Millennium Development Goals: Mixed Results
- 24/05/2010 - Improving Primary Education for All
- 25/05/2010 - AfDB Stresses Importance of Domestic Resources Mobilization
- 26/05/2010 - Access Information Technology: Africa Still Lacks Internet Access
- 26/05/2010 - Technological Infrastructures and ICT Services: Africa Has Very Low Access Rate
- 26/05/2010 - Despite Financial Crisis, African Telecommunication Sector Attracts Investors
- 26/05/2010 - Connecting Africa to the Rest of the World
- Mr.Mthuli NCUBE, Chief Economist and Vice President, AfDB
- Mr. Henri-Bernard SOLIGNAC-LECOMTE, Head of Unit, OECD Development Centre, France.
- Mr. Emmanuel NNADOZIE, Director, Economic Development and NEPAD Division, UNECA.
- Mr. Thierry de SAINTMAURICE, Head of Delegation in Côte d’Ivoire, European Commission.
- Mr. Peter WALKENHORST, Manager, Research Department, AfDB.
- Mr. Jean-Philippe STIJNS, Economist, Africa & Middle East Desk, OECD Development Centre
- Mr. Oupa G. MAGASHULA, Chairman, African Tax Administration Forum, South Africa
The African Economic Outlook (AEO) is an annual publication jointly prepared and published by the AfDB, the Development Centre of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). The AEO has received generous financial support from the European Commission and the Committee of Ambassadors of African, Caribbean and Pacific States.
The Report surveys and analyzes the economic performance of African economies and provides information on a country-by-country basis on the short to medium term prospects on the Continent. The 2010 edition of the AEO covers 50 African countries, up from 47 countries in the previous year. Each year, the Report addresses a specific theme that focuses on a critical, but under-researched area of Africa’s socio-economic development. The theme for this year is: “Public Resource Mobilization and Aid”.
- Governors' Working Documents (restricted access)
2010 AM Press Kit (5.0 MB)
2010 AM Information Bulletin (663 KB)
AfDB Group Annual Report 2009 (7.4 MB)