The study, carried out by Havas Horizons and the Institut Choiseul, indicates that Morocco is included in this ranking with Ethiopia, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria and Cameroon, noting that these countries are distinguished by their Ability to address the issues in this sector.
The study is based on a survey of several investors who point out that agriculture is today a promising sector, driven by the need to feed a growing population and reduce the risk of dependence on To the outside.
According to 70% of investors, infrastructure is the first major challenge in the African agricultural ecosystem, while 48% consider market access as a valuable parameter for the agricultural sector.
On the other hand, 42% of respondents believe that transformation and industrialization are the 3rd challenge that can hinder agricultural potential.
In this ranking, the climatic stakes are back, leaving room for more structural problems linked to the market, aiming to make the whole production chain more efficient.
In this study, international investors reaffirm their optimism in the short and medium terms and an unequivocal enthusiasm for the economic prospects of the continent. It shows a real enthusiasm for Africa on the part of investors who maintain their willingness to strengthen their investments for 63% of them.