I am not suggesting that the rise in demand and prices for commodities has not been important for Africa's economic progress, but the continent's turnaround began well before the commodity bull-run, writes Donald Kaberuka.
Continent Can Accelerate Growth Despite Commodities Slowdown
allAfrica, 20 April 2016
The apparent end to the commodity super-cycle has sent shock waves across the global economy. It has sparked turbulence in world stock markets, put pressure on currencies, and… Read more »
In January 2016, oil prices fell to their lowest levels in more than a decade. Meanwhile, China, the world's second-largest economy, is experiencing its most sluggish growth in a ... Read more »
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