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IMF: How fragile states can improve their economic outlook

A COVID-19 rule breaker is seen during an interrogation at Eagle Square in Abuja, Nigeria February 23, 2021.

To help kick-start an exit strategy, countries need to improve institutions and enhance political and social inclusion Image: REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Kenji Moriyama
Deputy Division Chief in the Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD), IMF
Keyra Primus
Economist, IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department
Olusegun Akanbi
Economist, IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department
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