The global health crisis has ushered in a period of immense economic uncertainty for Africa: the OECD is forecasting a recession of at least 6% for 2020, while the World Bank is predicting 5.2% and the IMF 3%. As for African business leaders, two-thirds of them do not foresee a recovery prior to the fourth quarter of 2021. What should we expect exactly? Protectionist withdrawal, industry relocation and the slowdown of trade flows: which trends are here to stay? Are other changes being forecast?
Relive the panel with Alain Nkontchou, Ouided Bouchamaoui and Carlos Lopes.