Economic Freedom 5 Years in Namibia compared to Africa

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Angola 3.89%
Benin 6.35%
Botswana 0.73%
Burkina Faso -1.63%
Burundi 10.58%
Cameroon 0.02%
Cape Verde -10.32%
CAR 3.00%
Chad 9.47%
Comoros 22.18%
Congo(Brazza) -8.60%
Congo, DR 37.25%
Cote d'Ivoire 16.00%
Djibouti -13.37%
Eq. Guinea 5.15%
Eritrea 16.66%
Ethiopia 1.26%
Gabon 3.91%
Gambia -9.18%
Ghana -7.38%
Guinea -6.34%
Guinea-Bissau 12.02%
Kenya -7.00%
Lesotho 15.61%
Liberia 1.07%
Madagascar -8.02%
Malawi -7.46%
Mali 5.06%
Mauritania 2.66%
Mauritius -2.97%
Mozambique -12.53%
Namibia 1.05%
Niger -6.43%
Nigeria 1.34%
Rwanda 4.08%
Sao Tome & P. 10.33%
Senegal 0.95%
Seychelles 16.58%
Sierra Leone 7.07%
South Africa -0.66%
Swaziland 6.88%
Tanzania 2.78%
Togo 10.22%
Uganda -1.59%
Zambia -4.29%
Zimbabwe 67.49%
 

Namibia: Economic freedom index, 5-year change

Increased economic freedom is strongly associated with high GDP growth, and therefore with rises in residential property prices. Changes in a countrys score on the Heritage Foundations freedom index are calculated by the Global Property Guide to produce a 5-point rating:

  • Greatly Improved
  • Improved
  • Nuetral
  • Worse
  • Much Worse


Source: Calculated using figures from The Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal


Namibia does not publish house price statistics. General economics statistics are available from the Central Bureau of Statistic and the Bank of Namibia.