Will the Euro Create a Bonanza for Africa?
World Bank Publications, 1999 - Africa, Sur del Sahara - Relaciones económicas exteriores - Europa - 23 pages
"At this stage, it is difficult to conclude that the euro will have substantial macroeconomic impact on sub-Saharan Africa, unless launch of the euro becomes the tool of a major policy shift, such as the "euroization" of the continent-- which is currently unlikely"--Cover.
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