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Are the Cheetahs Tracking the Tigers? Probing High Growth Rates in Africa


  • Degol Hailu



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  • Degol Hailu, 2008. "Are the Cheetahs Tracking the Tigers? Probing High Growth Rates in Africa," One Pager 70, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opager:70

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    Cheetahs; Tracking; Tigers; Probing; High Growth Rates; Africa;
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