Lack of vaccine access will reduce Africa’s economic growth compared to rest of world – IMF

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IMF discloses immediate priority , Reduce funding oil subsidy - IMF to Nigeria , IMF: 40% of African countries can't pay back their debts , Nigeria among countries that pushed Global debt to $188 trillion - IMF , Coronavirus: World Bank, IMF to support Nigeria and other member countries affected, IMF, World Bank to hold meetings via conference call over Coronavirus epidemic, IMF advises banks to suspend dividend paymentIMF forecasts that Nigeria is expected to grow by 2.5% in 2021 and 2.3% in 2022.

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