Africa and the Developing World in a Turbulent Global Financial Architecture
Description: The lecture was held at a time of heightened geoplitical tensions, which could have significant implications for global trading and financial systems with far-reaching impact for African and Caribbean countries and, more generally, for developing economies. It provided the opportunity to reflect on the contours of the global financial architecture that could emerge from the turbulent global economic environment to meet the challenges of the 21st century and foster a more inclusive process of globalisation that works better for African and Caribbean countries.
Pages: 52 pages
Author: African Export-Import Bank