AFRICA: Whither the Internet in Africa? (registration required)

  • November 1, 2012 • Editor • BCG Perspectives
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    Is the glass half empty or half full? This is the question that the results of the 2012 BCG e-Intensity Index pose to governments across Africa.

    On the one hand, e-Intensity Index scores are rising quickly for many of the 14 nations on the African continent that are included in the 2012 list—more so than those of developed nations and many other developing economies. On the other hand, all of these nations are starting from very small bases, and even those with increased scores are barely staying even or are falling down the global rankings. South Africa, which has the most developed economy in Africa, ranked only sixty-fourth out of 85 countries on the e-Intensity Index. Nigeria, the most populous, ranked eighty-third.

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