Declining oil prices and the effect on African growth

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The dramatic drop in oil prices in the last year has meant substantial revenue losses for African energy-exporting countries and a stalling of shale oil projects as these become less economically viable.

SAIIA’s Ross Harvey spoke to Business Day TV on the impact this lower oil price will have on African economies, and what the response should be.

11 Nov 2015

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Business Day TV
SAIIA Programme
Governance of Africa’s Resources
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Mining, Oil

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