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Africa Economics Weekly

18 January, 2019

SARB turns dovish, Nigerian opposition flip-flops on reforms

Policymakers in South Africa toned down their hawkish language at their meeting this week, suggesting that rate hikes are now off the agenda. Elsewhere, Nigeria’s leading opposition politician laid out a bold economic reform plan.  Given divisions within his own party, however, it’s unclear what an opposition win in next month’s election would actually mean for economic policy.

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