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Of the African nations, which ones (top 3) have the longest & most stable economy?

Asked by BronxLens (1522 points ) October 2nd, 2008

Looking for the ones with a stable government and being most conductive to doing business in the modern art market (i.e. have top art galleries, museums, fairs and biennales, among others).

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susanc's avatar

South Africa has a good contemporary-art market. Stable governments? Morocco, I think.
Other African nations with both? For that combination you need a lot of rich people living in a place and a lot of rich people interested in visiting. Egypt, maybe. Uganda?
Nigeria? Kenya? Big cities, big banks, big societies….. Interested in what other people come up with.

marissa's avatar

Senegal

McHobbes's avatar

I’d definitely imagine Egypt and South Africa to be on the Top Three… a little wikipedia research showed me that South Africa, Nigeria and Algeria have the highest GDP (a market value ranking)... that doesn’t necessarily show “stability” but I’m sure it reflects it at least slightly…

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