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Nigeria News - The World Bank on Wednesday cut its economic growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa for 2019 to 2021 by 0.2 percentage points from itsNigeria News - The World Bank on Wednesday cut its economic growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa for 2019 to 2021 by 0.2 percentage points from its

World Bank cuts sub-Saharan Africa’s 2019, 2020 growth forecast

It also blamed issues such as multiple exchange rates, foreign exchange restrictions, high inflation and low non-oil revenues as some of the hurdles to the economy’s growth.It also blamed issues such as multiple exchange rates, foreign exchange restrictions, high inflation and low non-oil revenues as some of the hurdles to the economy’s growth.

World Bank Reduces Nigeria’s Growth Forecast By 0.1 Per Cent | Sahara Reporters

Ghana is to transform and diversify its economy by promoting private investment and firm growth in the non-resource base sectors through an integrated program to build the country’s competitiveness and deliver sustainable jobsGhana is to transform and diversify its economy by promoting private investment and firm growth in the non-resource base sectors through an integrated program to build the country’s competitiveness and deliver sustainable jobs

World Bank Supports Ghana to Transform and Diversify its Economy For Sustainable Jobs

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Africa may become home to 90% of the world’s poor – World BankAfrica may become home to 90% of the world’s poor – World Bank

Africa may become home to 90% of the world’s poor – World Bank — RT Business News

The World Bank has cut its economic growth forecast for South Africa for 2019, through to 2021, citing low investor sentiment, and persisting policy…The World Bank has cut its economic growth forecast for South Africa for 2019, through to 2021, citing low investor sentiment, and persisting policy uncertainty.

World Bank cuts South Africa’s growth forecast

The World Bank has revised down South Africa’s growth prospects for this year and the next two years, citing continued policy uncertainty and the financial burden presented by Eskom to the fiscus.The World Bank has revised down South Africa’s growth prospects for this year and the next two years, citing continued policy uncertainty and the financial burden presented by Eskom to the fiscus.

'Sharp slowdown' in growth for SA, says World Bank as it cuts forecast | Fin24

Citing the slowdown in fixed investment and policy uncertainty in the global economy.Citing the slowdown in fixed investment and policy uncertainty in the global economy.

World Bank cuts Sub-Saharan Africa’s growth forecast - Moneyweb

Rapid population growth contributes to increase in number to more than 416 mil people.Rapid population growth contributes to increase in number to more than 416 mil people.

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The World Bank on Wednesday cut its economic growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa for 2019 to 2021 by 0.2 percentage points.The World Bank on Wednesday cut its economic growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa for 2019 to 2021 by 0.2 percentage points.