Africans Need not Miss Out on the Benefits of Globalisation
Federico Bonaglia (),
Nicolas Pinaud and
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Nicolas Pinaud: OECD
Lucia Wegner: OECD
No 46, OECD Development Centre Policy Insights from OECD Publishing
Strong commodity prices are driving Africa’s growth, which should be about 6 % in 2007 and 2008. External vulnerability is a function of its limited integration into international trade and investment flows. Africa should mobilise external sources more strategically. In this respect, aid for trade can be import. * This Policy Insights introduces the African Economic Outlook 2007.
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