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World Bank Chief Economist for Africa becomes representative in Angola

The World Bank announced this Tuesday that the until now chief economist for Africa, Albert Zeufack, from Cameroon, will be the institution's new representative in Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRCongo), Burundi and São Tomé and Príncipe.


According to some African media, citing an internal memorandum of the Bank, the economist will occupy the new position from July and will be based in Kinshasa, the capital of DRCongo.

Zeufack has been, from 2016 until now, the bank's chief economist for the entire Africa region and responsible for the biannual publication 'Pulsar de África', the World Bank's flagship report on the continent.

Albert Zeufack joined the World Bank in January 1997, only pausing between 2008 and 2012, when he worked for the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund.

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