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Crisis hits Ivory Coast economy

China ranks as world’s 2nd largest economy

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Mubarak’s billions and a lot of hungry Egyptians

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Zimbabwe workers set to cripple fragile economy

Piracy in Somalia and Nigeria cause collapse of financial institutions

Chinese inflation shows up in exported goods

Facebook scores $500 million cash infusion

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Nigeria: Funds from China fuel China-Africa debate

Citigroup fears new wave of eurozone bank failures

Nigeria: Charges against former US Vice President dropped

Wesley Snipes goes to prison

Millions in Tanzania and Malawi using mobile phone banking

African entrepreneurship and private equity gather international interest

What the World Bank should know about Ghana’s Success Stories

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