Sub-Saharan Africa has suffered particularly heavily from the pandemic and then spillovers from the war in Ukraine, and the global recession will only add to the headwinds. Taken together with tight fiscal and monetary policy, we hold a non-consensus view that growth in the region will slow next year. Most expect stronger growth in 2023. In the meantime, public debt problems are likely to intensify.
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