Looking for Growth, Africa Moves to Re-open Economies

Transformative reforms are urgently needed for rekindling resilient growth in Sub-Saharan Africa but this will be difficult without external support, the International Monetary Fund says in its latest Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa.

Computer software coders in Nigeria: Despite the coronavirus, Africa's potential and the resourcefulness of its people remain intact, says the IMF, and tapping this potential will be vital if the region is to find its way back to a path of sustainable and inclusive development.


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