The IMF has welcomed the return to international markets of three countries in Sub-Saharan Africa after a two-year hiatus, even though the cost of financing was “on the high side”.

While the countries of the region have historically faced higher borrowing costs than peers in other regions, raising questions about whether investors charge an “African premium”, the fund’s research has found this premium to be quite modest...

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