Peru has continued to see solid economic fundamentals, even as oil and commodities prices have dipped. The country is focusing on new avenues for expansion, such as mining, tourism and non-traditional exports.
The fallout from the Arab Spring significantly dampened growth in Tunisia - from which the country still has yet to fully recover - but key sectors have seen a steady improvement, offering promising medium-term prospects.
Gabon’s economy has reached a critical juncture in 2016, with the drop in global oil prices having increased the need for and urgency of economic diversification, while reducing the availability of public financing to back the transformation. Under the now seven-year-old economic strategy, the Emerging Gabon Strategic Plan, the government has hastened efforts to expand the scope of economic activity, focusing on financial services, tourism and agriculture.