How China’s rebalancing affects Africa’s development finance … and more

Shifting Wealth Consulting and former Head of Research at the OECD Development Centre

2015 has been a challenging year for Africa. Average growth of African economies weakened in 2015 to 3.6%, down from an average annual 5% enjoyed since 2000.

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