Economic Crisis in Africa: Perspectives on Policy Responses

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2.1 Value of exports from world, less-developed countries, and Sub-Saharan Africa, 1950-90 22
2.2 The share of Sub-Saharan Africa in world exports of major product categories 23
2.3 Exponential growth of real export earnings of individual African countries, 1954-70 and 1971-87 24
3.1 Tanzania: selected economic indicators 47
3.2 Aid to Tanzania 48
3.3 Top six donors of official assistance to Tanzania and Kenya 49
4.1 Kenya: some important economic indicators 65
4.2 Kenya: price indices 67
5.1 Sub-Saharan Africa: composition of debt by creditor 79
5.2 Sub-Saharan Africa: external financing during the 1980s 80
5.3 Sub-Saharan Africa: projections of debt burden. Results of a simulation 94
6.1 Zimbabwe: formal employment in per cent of population 104
6.2 Zimbabwe: import liberalization goods on OGIL and import taxes 108
8.1 Zambia: gross domestic product and copper dependence 147
8.2 Capital investment in Zambia, 1954-70 148
8.3 Capital flows to and from Zambia, 1970-84 148
8.4 Growth of manufacturing value added at constant 1975 prices 149
8.5 Zambia: copper-petroleum terms of trade, 1973-80 151
8.6 Zambia: government expenditures on subsidies, 1980-9 152
8.7 Zambia: indicators of macroeconomic performance, 1978-89 154
9.1 Botswana: gross domestic product by sector of origin 164
9.2 Botswana: monetary survey 166
9.3 Botswana: employee estimated monthly cash earnings by sector 172
9.4 Botswana: spending as a function of GDP 174
9.5 Botswana: functional classification of total expenditures 175
10.1 Uganda: macroeconomic indicators, 1980-9 186

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