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  • Over the previous five years, East African nations spearheaded by Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Tanzania have had at least 5 per cent growth rates
  • Investors are drawn to the East African region because of its favourable economic development, political stability, improved regulatory environment, and large market of approximately 120 million people.
  • East Africa is a massive economic zone with a constantly rising consumer market and unparalleled market access.

Over the previous five years, East African nations spearheaded by Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Tanzania have had at least 5 per cent growth rates.

As a result, East African countries are increasingly appealing to international investors and giant consumer corporations. Indeed, within Sub-Saharan Africa, East African nations have witnessed a surge in consumer goods investments, particularly in Kenya and Ethiopia and, to a lesser extent, Tanzania and Uganda.

Investors are drawn to the East African region because of its favourable economic development,