Africa

Drawing on the past to chart the future: how sub-Saharan Africa can return to growth

How can the growth engine in sub-Saharan African be restarted? Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Abebe Aemro Selassie
Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund
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Sub-Saharan Africa: Real GDP Growth, 2016
Sub-Saharan Africa: Real GDP Growth, 2016 Image: IMF
Sub-Saharan Africa: Real GDP Growth, 2000–14 vs. 2015–16
Sub-Saharan Africa: Real GDP Growth, 2000–14 vs. 2015–16 Image: IMF
Sub-Saharan Africa: Growth Spells, 1960–94, and 1995–2016
Sub-Saharan Africa: Growth Spells, 1960–94, and 1995–2016 Image: IMF
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