Inward and Outward Spillovers in the SACU Area
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KeywordsBotswana; Africa; External shocks; Spillovers; Southern Africa; South Africa; Lesotho; Namibia; Fiscal policy; Foreign direct investment; Swaziland; Sub-Saharan Africa; Workers remittances; SACU area; gdp growth; world growth; real gdp; domestic demand; terms of trade; Country and Industry Studies of Trade; International Policy Coordination and Transmission;
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