Albert Zeufack: Reforms supporting jobs, equitable growth needed for stronger recovery

The World Bank says Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to post economic growth of between 2.3 per cent to 3.4 per cent this year. World Bank Chief Economist for Africa, Albert Zeufack says ambitious reforms that support job creation, strengthen equitable growth, protect the vulnerable and contribute to environmental sustainability will be key to bolstering those efforts going forward toward a stronger recovery across the African continent. He joins CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters and Kenneth Igbomor for more details on their projections.

Thu, 01 Apr 2021 14:27:16 GMT
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