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IMF says sub-Saharan Africa faces heightened risk of capital outflows 07:18 GMT

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Investment in infrastructure and natural resources will continue to underpin economic activity in sub-Saharan Africa, although capital outflows sparked by tighter global financial conditions pose a risk to growth, the IMF said on Thursday.  Full Article

 

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