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African experts divided: ECR Q3 2013

Experts’ scores also depict a mixed picture for Sub-Saharan African borrowers during Q3, with Angola, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Tanzania among those countries whose scores have fallen as economic worries connected to global economic prospects dominate parts of the region.

However, many sovereigns have also shrugged off fears surrounding lending constraints stemming from weakened capital flows, with rebounding agricultural production, strong domestic demand and Chinese-driven infrastructure investments underpinning the region.

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