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Africa Credit Markets Brief: May 18 – June 1

East African infrastructure investments swell – South Africa’s markets recover from Zuma noise – Nigeria’s economy continues to contract – Kenya’s government upsizes domestic credit sales – HH, Lungo tensions continue to rise in Zambia – Tanzania struggles to shore up funding for railway – Tunisia doubles up on rate hikes – Zimbabwe’s electricity authority struggles to settle debt with SA’s Eskom – Gambian authorities crack down on Jammeh affiliates – Cameroon gets concessional loans from World Bank

Jun 1, 2017 // 12:16PM

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