Advanced economies are experiencing one of the slowest recoveries in history, and this loss ofmomentum is generating knock-on effects for emerging and developing countries that will forcepolicymakers to draw up new strategies for sustainable development. After the 2008 financial crisisand global slowdown, growth rates in African economies fell by half. With insufficient global demand,trade remains sluggish. But the problem runs deeper.

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