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AFRICA-RISING/SIERRALEONE
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December 21, 2012
A woman walks past a man collecting garbage in a working class area of Freetown, Sierra Leone, November...
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Woman walks past a man collecting garbage in a working class area of Freetown, Sierra Leone
A woman walks past a man collecting garbage in a working class area of Freetown, Sierra Leone, November 19, 2012. With its galloping growth rate of an estimated 21 percent this year, driven by new iron ore projects and recent oil discoveries, Sierra Leone is being grouped by economists with the bounding "African lions" - countries from the continent that are leading the pack of the fastest growing in the world. But Sierra Leone's business prospects may look considerably sleeker from a Johannesburg office or boutique hotel than from the pot-holed streets of Freetown, where things like available cash, power, transport and the Internet are services only obtained with difficulty, by those who can afford to get them. Picture taken November 19, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA-RISING/SIERRALEONE REUTERS/Joe Penney (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
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