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Africa on the Move (Books) by Lamin Leigh,Ali Mansoor,International Monetary Fund

By Lamin Leigh,Ali Mansoor,International Monetary Fund

This e-book describes the reforms had to stream small middle-income nations in sub-Saharan Africa to advanced-economy prestige. the results of extreme discussions with public officers within the international locations coated, the publication blends rigorous thought, econometrics, and practitioners' insights to return up with useful techniques for policymakers. It spans subject matters from macroeconomic vulnerability and reserve adequacy to exertions industry associations and fiscal inclusion. The e-book is a must-read for researchers drawn to the industrial matters dealing with constructing international locations in sub-Saharan Africa.

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