Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture says Ghana's GDP will be valued at $101.4 billion in 2030, making it the 10th largest African economy. Click through to find out which countries will have the largest economies on the continent in 15 years time.
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9. Kenya —
Kenya's GDP will be $107.5 billion in 2030, according to the projections.
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8. Ethiopia —
Ethiopia is slated to be Africa's eighth largest economy in 2030 with a GDP of $122.3 billion.
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7. Libya —
Projections say Libya's GDP will reach $128.2 billion in 2030, but the turmoil the country is currently experiencing following the fall of dictator Moammar Gadhafi may affect the calculations.
6. Morocco —
In sixth place comes Morocco, with a projected GDP of $184 billion in 2030.
5. Angola —
Oil-rich Angola is expected to have a GDP of nearly $226 billion in 2030 which would make it the fifth largest economy on the continent.
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4. Algeria —
Around 60% of Algeria's workforce is employed in the public sector, and this country is expected to be the fourth largest economy in Africa in 2030. Experts predict GDP of $330.7 billion.
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3. Egypt —
Egypt's sweeping reform program aimed at addressing the budget deficit will be part of the reason the country's GDP grows to $471.5 billion by 2030, experts say.
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2. South Africa —
The title of Africa's second largest economy will still belong to South Africa in 15 years time according to experts who predict GDP will reach $810.6 billion -- nearly double current figures.
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1. Nigeria —
The first African country with a GDP over $1 trillion in 2030 will be Nigeria, according to experts. The calculation says the country's economy will more than double in that time frame.