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Prevailing high inflation and rising interest rates will likely push banks in Africa’s largest economies to tighten lending and increase provisioning, says Moody’s Investors Service.
In a recently published note on African banks, Moody’s warns that higher inflation and interest rates will dent investment and economic activity on the continent.
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