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Angola :, Second Post-Program Monitoring

This paper reviews Angola’s Second Post-Program Monitoring for different economic developments and policies. The IMF report highlights that Angola has returned to a path of solid economic growth, with single-digit inflation, a strong international reserves position, and a stable exchange rate. Growth has slowed to 4 percent in 2013, but is expected to increase to 5 percent in 2014 as oil production recovers. It outlines that Angola’s capacity to repay the fund remains strong, but the macroeconomic framework and institutional setting should be strengthened to facilitate the process of rebuilding external and fiscal buffers
Table Of Contents
Cover; CONTENTS; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS; OUTLOOK AND POLICY CHALLENGES; FISCAL PERFORMANCE AND POLICY; BOXES; 1. Progress on the Reconciliation of the Fiscal Accounts; FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM; 2. The Recurrence of Government Domestic Arrears; MONETARY AND EXCHANGE RATE POLICIES; THE MEDIUM-TERM MACROECONOMIC FRAMEWORK; 3. Angola's Sovereign Wealth Fund; POST-PROGRAM MONITORING; STAFF APPRAISAL; FIGURES; 1. Fiscal Developments, 2003-2014; 2. Monetary Developments, 2007-2014; 3. External Sector Developments, 2003-2013; 4. Risk Assessment Matrix; TABLES; 1. Main Economic Indicators, 2009-2014
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non fiction
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1 online resource (50 p.)
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