How Will African Economies Fare in 2013?
Africa is likely to maintain its economic growth rate of five percent or more, according to estimates from the World Bank writes Chinua Akukwe of the Center for Global Health.
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African Arguments, 8 January 2013
The debate about the "image of Africa" seems to be reaching a consensus. The starving African child represents a reality that is rare and local. We must clear our minds of that... read more »
Africa: Quizzing African GDP Stats
This is Africa, 17 December 2012
African GDP statistics tell us less than we would like to think about income, poverty and growth.read more »
African Arguments, 20 November 2012
On November 5, 2010, Ghana Statistical Services announced that it was revising its GDP estimates upwards by over 60 percent, suggesting that that in the previous GDP estimates... read more »
North Africa: Unleashing the Economic Potential of the Maghreb
International Monetary Fund, 9 January 2013
By Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fundread more »