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1.7 Conclusion: Economic Report on Africa 2007
Overall, the medium-term outlook for the world economy remains modest. In addition,
global imbalances remain large and weigh heavily on growth prospects. However,
there remain some risks for African countries arising from competition from
Asia and the weakening of housing markets in advanced economies which could
reduce demand and weaken commodity prices. Thus, African countries need to
observe these international developments carefully. Measures to reduce vulnerability
to external shocks, to increase diversification and to strengthen domestic demand are
crucial to sustaining the recent growth recovery in Africa.
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V. D. The Future of China-Africa Economic Relations: FACTORS INFLUENCING THE GROWING TIES
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CONCLUSION: What Drives China’s Growing Role in Africa?
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III. A. China’s African Policy and New Commitments for 2007–09: THE ROLE OF CHINA’S PUBLIC SECTOR
Least Developed Countries Report, 2007
SMEs - opportunities in Africa
Introduction: Human Capital and Economic Development
III. C. Commercial Policies: THE ROLE OF CHINA’S PUBLIC SECTOR
V. B. African Demand for Infrastructure: AID VS. COMMERCE: FACTORS INFLUENCING THE GROWING TIES
Go to Africa, Young Investor
Is Africa Choking on its own development?
IV. A. Private Traders: THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR
II.a Merchandise Trade: TRADE AND CAPITAL FLOWS BETWEEN CHINA AND AFRICA
II.C. Other Debt-Creating Financial Flows: TRADE AND CAPITAL FLOWS BETWEEN CHINA AND AFRICA
Wall Street, “Africa is Investing’s Final Frontier”
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