Egypt has retained its position as the most powerful nation in the continent of Africa for 2020, according to a report by US News and World Report.
The report analysed the world’s most powerful countries – those that consistently dominate news headlines, preoccupy policymakers and shape global economic patterns.
“Their foreign policies and military budgets are tracked religiously. When they pledge, at least some in the international community trust they will keep it,”
The 2020 Best Countries ranking was conducted in partnership with BAV Group, a unit of global marketing communications company VMLY&R, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. The survey asked more than 20,000 people from four regions to associate 73 countries with specific attributes.
The report excluded Nigeria for the 2020 list.
The top 5 most powerful countries in Africa right now are:
- World: 25 in Power Rankings
- Africa: 1
- GDP: $250.9 billion
- POPULATION: 98.4 million
- GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $13,358
- World: 32 in Power Rankings
- Africa: 2
- GDP: $368.3 billion
- POPULATION: 57.8 million
- GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $13,630
- World: 52 in Power Rankings
- Africa: 3
- GDP: $87.9 billion
- POPULATION: 51.4 million
- GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $3,705
- World: 55 in Power Rankings
- Africa: 4
- GDP: $65.6 billion
- POPULATION: 29.8 million
- GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $6,492
- World: 57 in Power Rankings
- Africa: 5
- GDP: $118.5 billion
- POPULATION: 36.0 million
- GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $8,931.
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