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Moody’s: Rising debt burdens raising sustainability concerns in ECOWAS region

By CNBC
23 February 2020   |   2:32 pm
Moody’s Investors Service says debt burdens have risen across ECOWAS member states raising concerns over debt sustainability in the region. Lucie Villa, Vice President and Sovereign Analyst at Moody’s joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor to discuss the debt concerns in West Africa.

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