Africa Economics

Africa Economics Focus

12 October, 2017

Making sense of Africa’s statistical muddle

Sceptics are right to question the reliability of official economic statistics in Africa, but the problems unevenly distributed across the region. For Africa’s larger economies, we think that the official data provide a reasonably accurate (if frequently delayed) gauge of economic activity.

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