Author: Percy Mistry
African Debt Revisited is an authoritative and compelling study on Africa's problems with bilateral, multilateral and private creditors. It suggests to policymakers, bankers and legislators what they could do to resolve Africa's debt problem.
From Africa Recovery, Vol. 6, No. 1, April 1992: "..Percy Mistry, ...in perhaps the most concise and data-filled publication on African debt currently available, shows that debt relief to Africa from bilateral rescheduling and from multilateral new money flows to North Africa were largely absorbed by debt servicing to private creditors."
Preface by Jan Joost Teunissen
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