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Africa’s Rising Debt: Implications for Development Financing and a Sustainable Debt Management Approach

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  • Abdelaaziz Ait Ali, Badr Mandri , Ghazi Tayeb, Olalekan Samuel, Mma Amara Ekeruche, Adedeji Adeniran

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This study was carried out within the framework of the Global Economic Governance Africa (GEGAfrica) funded by the UK Department for International Development.

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  • Abdelaaziz Ait Ali, Badr Mandri , Ghazi Tayeb, Olalekan Samuel, Mma Amara Ekeruche, Adedeji Adeniran, 2019. "Africa’s Rising Debt: Implications for Development Financing and a Sustainable Debt Management Approach," Policy briefs 1911, Policy Center for the New South.
  • Handle: RePEc:ocp:ppaper:pn1902
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