August 2021, Vol. 248, No. 8


Africa’s New Pipeline Projects – What to Expect During the Next Few Years

By Gordon Feller, Eurasia Correspondent  The World Bank released a special report on March 31 about the future of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), which found the region’s economic growth contracted by 2% in 2020. This was closer to the lower bound of the forecast it made in April 2020. But it also found that prospects for recovery and growth in SSA are strengthening.    Excavation for an oil pipeline in a rural area in sub-Saharan Africa. This comes amid actions to contain new waves of the pandemic and speed up vaccine rollouts. The World Bank’s biannual economic analysis for the region is not the only expert analysis that is predicting thi

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