Sub-Sahara Economic Growth at Record
More on Global economy at internationalfinancialcrisis.org at diplomaticallyincorrect.org The International Monetary Fund’s regional forecast on Sub-Saharan Africa indicates a strong domestic demand and resurgent exports which have boosted average growth rates in the region to levels recorded before the global economic slowdown.
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The IMF's latest regional forecast on Sub-Saharan Africa says strong domestic demand and resurgent exports are projected to boost average growth rates in the region to 5-5 ½ percent, near to the high levels recorded before the global economic slowdown. IMF
Year of Production: 2010
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