Tepid but sustainable, is the most common answer. Growth in Asia will be the main driver, with help from a modest revival in the US.
The country, led by Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, has made significant strides since its brutal civil war ended in 2003.
Exports, including to emerging markets such as China, helped the two countries turn in surprisingly strong numbers for the second quarter. Now, some say the global economic recession has ended.
Issues of safety and waste make way for a focus on funding.
Lubna Hussein faces 40 lashes if convicted in a month's time for dressing indecently.
A Stanford linguist's research suggests that language shapes thought, rather than the other way around.