WATCH: Why the World Bank lifted its growth forecast for Sub-Saharan Africa
Business Day TV spoke to World Bank chief economist Albert Zeufack
The World Bank has lifted its 2021 growth forecast for Sub-Saharan Africa by 1% to 3.3%, citing elevated commodity prices, the relaxation of stringent pandemic measures and a recovery in global trade.
Alishia Seckam spoke to World Bank chief economist Albert Zeufack for more detail.
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