Including Ethiopia, eight of the ten fastest growing countries in 2018 could be in Africa

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The global economy is set to grow by almost 4% in 2018 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, adding an extra $5 trillion to global output at current values, according to new projections in PwC’s Global Economy Watch. The main engines of the global economy – the US, emerging Asia and the Eurozone – are expected to contribute almost 70% of economic growth in 2018 compared to their post-2000 average of around 60%.

[semonegna.com]