China's slowdown and rebalancing: potential growth and poverty impacts on Sub-Saharan Africa
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KeywordsSocial Impacts and Poverty Mitigation; International Trade and Trade Rules; Poverty and Social Impact Analysis; Economic Theory&Research; Economic Growth; Quality of Life&Leisure; Industrial Economics; Trade and Multilateral Issues; Social Analysis;
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- NEP-AFR-2016-05-28 (Africa)
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