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Ghana’s cocoa boom, core inflation still low in S. Africa

Optimism is growing about a potential bumper cocoa harvest in Ghana, which could boost exports by more than 1% of GDP and presents an upside risk to our above-consensus growth forecasts. Meanwhile, although South African inflation hit a multi-year high in May, the weakness of core inflation suggests that it won’t join the EM tightening cycle soon.

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