AFRICAN EMERGENCE: AN INCREASINGLY TANGIBLE REALITY

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by Richard Attias

2013-10-28
 
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For a long time, alarmist talk masked the weak signals of the African  continent’s  economic  take-off,  especially  in  sub- Saharan Africa. In recent years, these weak signals have become tangible indicators of African emergence.

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