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What does AEO stand for?
AEO stands for African Economic Outlook
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- American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (Ma'an, Jordan)
- Adult Environmental Neurobehavioral Test Battery
- Asociación Ecuatoriana de las Naciones Unidas (Spanish)
- Address Enable (X=slot number)
- After Effects New York
- Aboriginal Education Officer (Equity Standards Branch, Department of Education, Tasmania)
- Acoustoelectrical Oscillator
- Actual Exhaust Oxygen
- Ada Executive Officer
- Advanced Environmental Options, Inc. (Spartanburg, SC)
- Agricultural Extension Officer (various organizations)
- Air Electronics Officer (Royal Air Force)
- Air Engineer Officer
- Airworthiness Engineering Organizations
- All Engines Operating
- All Except One
- Allah'a Emanet Ol (Turkish)
- Alliance Executive Office
- Alpha Epsilon Omega (Armenian fraternity)
- Alternative Episcopal Oversight
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The African Economic Outlook A joint AfDB/OECD Publication Overall, the 2012 African Economic Outlook presents an optimistic scenario for the continent.
According to the 2012 African Economic Outlook, a joint publication produced by the AfDB, UNDP, ECA and the OECD Development Centre, between 2001 and 2010 six of the world s 10 fastest-growing economies were in sub-Saharan Africa.
The OECD is one of the partners that work on the African Economic Outlook report, which produced its tenth edition this year and its second online edition through AfricanEconomicOutlook.
The 2009 African Economic Outlook which covered 47 African countries, up from 35 last year, indicates that the global economic slump gravely affected economies of African countries.
AFRICA'S economy has been weakened by an oil industry hit hard by the global recession and OPEC quota cuts, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) African Economic Outlook report has reported.
a "Morocco's economic performance in recent years has been remarkable, due to both favorable international conditions and macro-economic modernization underlined by reforms to boost competitiveness and diversification," said the African Economic Outlook 2008, a collaborative project between the AfDB, the OECD Development Center and the UNECA, with financial support from the European Commission.
In the May 2007 edition of its African Economic Outlook (AEO), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) says the following about Ghana: "The economy seems to be on the cusp of becoming an emerging market.