IMF Cuts South Africa's 2016 Economic Growth Forecast to 0.6%By
Lower projection due to policy uncertainty, rate increases
Sub-Saharan Africa GDP to expand 3% this year, 4% in 2017
The International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for economic growth in South Africa for a second time this year after the central bank raised borrowing costs and as policy uncertainty increased.
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