As the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic makes its presence felt across sub-Saharan Africa, all eyes are on the next policy moves governments will make to resuscitate growth.

There are various tools and mechanisms policymakers could employ as they strive to pick up the pieces, but there is one in particular that has relevance for the continent’s economic fortunes: co-operation...

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