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Borrowing too much too fast? Africa’s growing debt challenge

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Forecast to lose a combined $1.6 billion (Sh163.2 billion) in predicted economic growth in 2015, the people of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone breathed a collective sigh of relief when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forgave a combined $100 million (Sh10.2 billion) in loans, shortly after disbursing $130 million (Sh13.3 billion) in aid last September.

Borrowing too much too fast? Africa’s growing debt challenge

By Jocelyne Sambira | 5 years ago

Borrowing too much too fast? Africa’s growing debt challenge

Borrowing too much too fast? Africa’s growing debt challenge

Forecast to lose a combined $1.6 billion (Sh163.2 billion) in predicted economic growth in 2015, the people of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone breathed a collective sigh of relief when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forgave a combined $100 million (Sh10.2 billion) in loans, shortly after disbursing $130 million (Sh13.3 billion) in aid last September.

Jocelyne Sambira | 5 years ago

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