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Sub-Saharan Africa; Growth, Savings, and Investment, 1986-93

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  • Martin Mühleisen
  • Dhaneshwar Ghura
  • Roger Nord
  • Michael T. Hadjimichael
  • E. Murat Ucer

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This paper assesses the economic performance during 1986-93 of sub-Saharan African countries as a group and of selected analytical subgroups of countries.

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  • Martin Mühleisen & Dhaneshwar Ghura & Roger Nord & Michael T. Hadjimichael & E. Murat Ucer, 1995. "Sub-Saharan Africa; Growth, Savings, and Investment, 1986-93," IMF Occasional Papers 118, International Monetary Fund.
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