Homegrown problems in Sub-Saharan African economies exacerbated by external headwinds are likely to curtail growth this year. We think that regional GDP will expand by 2.3%, which is well below the consensus. Public debt problems will remain acute across much of the region. We don’t anticipate further sovereign defaults this year, but the risks are highest in Mozambique and Ethiopia.
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