CABRI launches programme on public debt management with an in conversation workshop on cash management

In recent years, the sub-Saharan African region has experienced strong real GDP growth and substantial trade integration. The drivers of this growth - improved policies, increased aid, debt relief, abundant global liquidity and high global commodity prices - have started to dissipate. The lesson for many countries, coming out of a period of boom and bust, has been the need to diversify away from commodities, increase export sophistication, and integrate into regional and global value chains.