Nbr. 188, May - May 1994
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- ADB's first private loan goes to Egyptian car plant.
- Africa embraces satcoms.
- Airline opts for voice computer.
- Banking sector feels pinch of CBN action.
- Budget allows lowest-paid to escape income tax.
- Budget squabbles delay Mozambique demobilization.
- Devaluation yields mixed results.
- Dry weather hits Southern Africa.
- Food shortages are critical.
- Ghana holds potential for credit expansion.
- Giant grinding mill arrives in Ghana.
- How does the CFA Franc Zone really work?
- IBTI depositors await fate of their funds.
- Instant money transfer arrives in Ghana.
- Journalists become targets as democratization expands.
- Kenyan opposition claims census results are rigged.
- Nigerian banks woo back depositor confidence.
- Solar power brings short-term energy relief.
- South African bank chooses software for Africa.
- Sudan's cotton output is lowest for 20 years.
- US cuts aid to Africa in 1995.
- Wesida backs Kenyan firms.
- What happens now to investor confidence?
- Zaire "must privatize Gecamines."
- Zambia's reform plan enters next stage.