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International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

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La situation économique en Afrique subsaharienne est restée généralement robuste en dépit du marasme économique mondial. Les perspectives à court terme de la région restent dans l'ensemble positives : une croissance annuelle de 5¼ % est prévue pour 2012–13. La plupart des pays à faible revenu devraient continuer d'afficher une croissance vigoureuse, portée par la demande intérieure, y compris l'investissement. Les perspectives sont moins favorables pour beaucoup de pays à revenu intermédiaire, en particulier l'Afrique du Sud, qui sont liés plus étroitement aux marchés européens et souffrent donc davantage de la conjoncture extérieure. Les principaux risques pesant sur les perspectives sont une intensification des tensions financières dans la zone euro et un ajustement budgétaire brutal aux États-Unis (« précipice budgétaire »).

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

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L’édition d’octobre 2013 des Perspectives économiques régionales de l’Afrique subsaharienne passe en revue de manière exhaustive les perspectives de croissance de la région ainsi que les principaux risques qu’elles renferment. De manière générale, la croissance devrait rester solide en dépit d’une révision à la baisse depuis l’édition de mai 2013. Le présent rapport analyse les ressorts de la croissance dans les pays d’Afrique subsaharienne dépourvus de ressources naturelles et examine les risques liés à la volatilité des flux de capitaux qui pèsent sur les pays pionniers à mesure qu’ils s’intègrent de plus en plus aux marchés de capitaux internationaux.

International Monetary Fund

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The five Regional Economic Outlooks published biannually by the IMF cover Asia and Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Western Hemisphere. In each volume, recent economic developments and prospects for the region are discussed as a whole, as well as for specific countries. The reports include key data for countries in the region. Each report focuses on policy developments that have affected economic performance in the region, and discusses key challenges faced by policymakers. The near-term outlook, key risks, and their related policy challenges are analyzed throughout the reports, and current issues are explored, such as when and how to withdraw public interventions in financial systems globally while maintaining a still-fragile economic recovery.These indispensable surveys are the product of comprehensive intradepartmental reviews of economic developments that draw primarily on information the IMF staff gathers through consultation with member countries.

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

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Economic conditions in sub-Saharan Africa have remained generally robust despite a sluggish global economy. The near-term outlook for the region remains broadly positive, and growth is projected at 5¼ percent a year in 2012-13. Most low-income countries are projected to continue to grow strongly, supported by domestic demand, including from investment. The outlook is less favorable for many of the middle-income countries, especially South Africa, that are more closely linked to European markets and thus experience a more noticeable drag from the external environment. The main risks to the outlook are an intensification of financial stresses in the euro zone and a sharp fiscal adjustment in the US--the so-called fiscal cliff.

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

Abstract

The October 2013 Regional Economic Outlook: Sub-Saharan Africa provides a comprehensive report on the prospects for growth in the region, as well as the major risks to the outlook. Generally, growth is expected to remain strong despite a downward revision since the May 2013 report. The report analyzes drivers of growth in nonresource-rich sub-Saharan African countries, and examines the risks to frontier market economies of volatile capital flows as they become more integrated with international capital markets.