Comparing the real size of African economies: highlights of the main findings of the 2011 round of the International Comparison Program in Africa is a 2014 report by the African Development Bank.
The International Comparison Program (ICP) is a global statistical program set up on the recommendation of the United Nations Statistical Commission.
From its inception, the number of African countries participating in ICP has been growing.
This report presents the results of the 2011 ICP round, in which 50 African countries participated and which was again coordinated by ADB. This was a full scale benchmark comparison covering all the expenditure components of the GDP.
(Source: African Development Bank)
Tracking Africa's progress in figures is a 2014 report, published by the Asian Development Bank.
African economies have sustained unprecedented rates of growth, driven mainly by strong domestic demand, improved macroeconomic management, a growing middle class and increased political stability.
This publication looks at the key megatrends of the last few decades that will shape Africa's future.
(Source: Asian Development Bank)
Facts and Figures on IDB Member countries is annual publication that offers socio-economic statistics on IDB member countries
(such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Nigeria, Egypt and Kuwait).
(Source: Islamic Development Bank)