IMF Says Africa Must Enable Weak Currencies to Absorb ShocksBy
Nigerian authorities must allow more flexibility on naira
Growth prospects for the region are better in medium term
Sub-Saharan African countries should allow their currencies to weaken to absorb shocks to their economies, the International Monetary Fund said, calling specifically on Nigerian authorities to allow more flexibility in the naira.
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