African Economic Outlook 2010 Report

Developed countries have responded to the global financial crisis by adopting protectionist measures which have damaged Africa's chances of boosting its exports, according to a major new report.
  • Africa:   Developed World Inhibits African Trade - Report

    allAfrica, 7 June 2010

    Developed countries have responded to the global financial crisis by adopting protectionist measures which have damaged Africa's chances of boosting its exports, according to a… Read more »

  • East Africa:   Trading Bloc Seen Boosting Kenya's Growth

    Business Daily, 25 May 2010

    Kenya's economic growth prospects for 2010 are expected to benefit immensely from implementation of the regional common market and the recovery of the global economy, a new report… Read more »

  • East Africa:   Growth Outlook Brighter for Region

    Daily News, 25 May 2010

    THE 2010 edition of the African Economic Outlook (AEO) has indicated that East Africa which best weathered the global crisis, is projected to achieve the highest growth with more… Read more »

  • Burundi:   'Least Conducive' for Business

    East African, 31 May 2010

    Burundi has the least conducive environment for doing business in East Africa, say reports by the African Development Bank and the World Bank. Read more »

  • East Africa:   Highest Growth in Africa Forecasted

    New Times, 25 May 2010

    East Africa, which best weathered the global economic crisis, is yet again projected to achieve the highest growth on the Continent at an average of more than 6 percent in… Read more »

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