PHOTO NEWS: 2019 IMF – World Bank Spring Meetings – Africa Economic Outlook Briefing

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Briefing journalists in Washington D.C. on the state of the African economy, Mr Abebe Aemro Selassie, Director of the IMF’s African Department said African nations should focus on raising domestic revenues, bolstering trade integration, facilitating investment, raising productivity, and strengthening resilience to shocks. TODAY NEWS AFRICA’s EMMANUEL IKODOR was there to capture all the moments

ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund, addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund, addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund, addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Besides him is moderator LUCIE MBOTO FOUDA, Senior Communication Officer at IMF. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
LUCIE MBOTO FOUDA, Senior Communication Officer, International Monetary Fund, moderates press briefing on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund, addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
LUCIE MBOTO FOUDA, Senior Communication Officer, International Monetary Fund, moderates press briefing on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund, addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund, addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
LUCIE MBOTO FOUDA, Senior Communication Officer, International Monetary Fund, moderates press briefing on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. With him is moderator LUCIE MBOTO FOUDA, Senior Communication Officer at IMF. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA
ABEBE AEMRO SELASSIE, Director, African Department, International Monetary Fund addresses journalists on the Regional Economic Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC on Friday, April 12, 2019. Besides him is moderator LUCIE MBOTO FOUDA, Senior Communication Officer at IMF. Photo: EMMANUEL IKODOR, TODAY NEWS AFRICA

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