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  • FDI inflows in Madagascar have strongly declined due to the global economic crisis and the major political crisis that the country experienced in 2009-2013, which has resulted in Madagascar's significant diplomatic isolation.

  • Foreign investors are very concerned about the country's political instability.

  • Current FDI inflows to Comoros remain marginal despite the tax concessions and benefits offered by the Government, which is resolutely trying to improve the business climate and institutional stability.

  • Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows into Chad have increased consistently over the past years, from USD 538 million in 2013 to USD 761 million in 2014. They are primarily directed toward the oil industry.

  • Foreign direct investment flows into Burundi, which were non-existent until 2007, significantly increased in 2013, reaching USD 6.8 million.

  • Most of the FDI in Benin arrived through the acquisition of interests in privatised companies.

  • Cameroon receives little foreign direct investment (around USD 570 million in 2013), with net FDI flows representing a modest percentage of GDP.

  • Namibia benefits from substantial resources (uranium, diamonds, zinc, copper, oil), which attract the majority of FDI. The main countries investing in the mining sector remain, in 2015, South Africa (its neighbouring country), the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany.

  • FDI inflows to Zambia have accelerated since 2011. In 2014, they amounted to USD 2.48 million, making Zambia one of the main African recipient countries.

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