Sub-Saharan Africa's Path to Economic Recovery

The broad-based slowdown in sub-Saharan Africa is easing, and growth is expected to pick up to 2.6% in 2017 as fiscal deficits are stabilising and current account deficits are narrowing, partly reflecting a slight rebound in commodity prices.



Some of the Sub-Saharan countries include Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Liberia, Ghana and Angola.

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