By Magaye GAYE The doubtful and disputed debts of banks in Africa, and perhaps elsewhere in the world, are taking on worrying proportions linked to a gloomy business climate. According to a report by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), small and medium-sized enterprises, which represent around 90% of all private enterprises and more than 60% of jobs in most African countries, are facing many obstacles. These include, in particular, poor access to quality infrastructure, an energy deficit and lack of financing. In the midst of a global crisis,
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