Why Pan-Africanism Due To a Monetary Union Cannot Stand a Covid-19 Shock

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A global economic crisis unfolding due to the COVID-19 pandemic will imperil African countries again, with the usual mix of a commodity export crash and debt meltdown. It is time to recognise that the effects would be even more disastrous under a Monetary Union . For some background on why, here is a talk by Riaz K. Tayob, honoring the intellectual legacy of Samir Amin.

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