Africa Renewal, a website created by Africa Section, Strategic Communications Division, Department of Public Information of the United Nations interviewed Amadou Sy, Director of the Africa Growth Institute at the Brookings Institution.

Sy mentions in the interview the International Monetary Funds article Macroeconomic Developments in Low-Income Developing Countries, “which examines what countries are doing, case by case, and it has looked at only six countries: Djibouti, Kenya, Mozambique, Ghana, Haiti and Honduras.”

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