Nigeria's ballooning subsidies are a problem for the budget

  • Nigeria's fiscal deficit is projected to spike to 5.5% of GDP from 4% (2021), if subsidies persist

  • Senegal is fast positioning to become a major oil and gas producer – first gas in 2023 and export to Europe in 2024

  • Ghana has launched the AfCFTA hub, which could give the trade agreement the boost it needs, highlighting its benefits
September 8th, 2022
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