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  • 28-July-2015

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    Swaziland African Economic Outlook 2015

    Economic performance in Swaziland, as indicated by real gross domestic product (GDP) growth, slowed half of a percentage point from 3.0% in 2013 to 2.5% in 2014. The much-needed recovery from the 2011 fiscal crisis has not materialised.

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  • 28-July-2015

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    Sudan African Economic Outlook 2015

    Growth of Sudan’s gross domestic product (GDP) has been estimated at 3.4% in 2014 and is projected at 3.1% and 3.7% in 2015 and 2016, respectively. GDP should be driven by rain-fed agriculture, minerals and oil-transit fees.

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    South Sudan African Economic Outlook 2015

    Although rich in natural resources, the economy is centred on oil production and subsistence agriculture: almost all intermediate and consumer goods are imported. In the past year, oil production accounted for 99% of exports, 95% of government revenue and about one-half of GDP.

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  • 28-July-2015

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    Somalia African Economic Outlook 2015

    The socio-economic indicators of Somalia remain very low. Somalia continues to be highly dependent on livestock production and exports with most exports going to Saudi Arabia. This reflects the country’s narrow economic base and consequent high vulnerability to external shocks.

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  • 28-July-2015

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    South Africa African Economic Outlook 2015

    In 2014 South Africa’s growth continued to slow down, recording only 1.5%, the weakest performance since the global financial crisis. The nation’s economy was affected by its most protracted industrial action since the end of apartheid and significantly weak demand from trading partners.

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    Sierra Leone African Economic Outlook 2015

    Prior to the Ebola outbreak which started in May 2014, the authorities in Sierra Leone had made considerable progress since the end of the civil conflict.

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  • 28-July-2015

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    Senegal African Economic Outlook 2015

    Though initially projected at 4.9%, growth in 2014 has been revised downwards at 4.5% because of the expected negative impacts of the Ebola virus outbreak on the tourism sector (0.2 percentage points of gross domestic product [GDP]) and of delayed rainfall on the agriculture sector (0.2 percentage points of GDP)

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  • 28-July-2015

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    Sao Tome & Principe African Economic Outlook 2015

    Sao Tome and Príncipe achieved growth in real GDP of 4.9% in 2014, up from 4.0% in 2013, anchored by strict policy measures under the 2012-2015 Extended Credit Facility agreement with the IMF, and driven by expansion in services and agriculture.

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    Rwanda African Economic Outlook 2015

    Real GDP grew by 7.0% in 2014, higher than the initially projected 6.0% and the 4.7% recorded in 2013. Growth in industry slowed as a result of a downturn in mining, manufacturing and construction.

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  • 28-July-2015

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    Nigeria African Economic Outlook 2015

    The economy has enjoyed sustained economic growth for a decade, with annual real GDP increasing by around 7%; it was 6.3% in 2014. The non-oil sector has been the main driver of growth, with services contributing about 57%

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