A few days ago, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) called for “ambitious and growth-friendly adjustments to the government’s plan to meet medium-term fiscal and debt targets” in Angola, encouraging the deepening of reforms.
Article IV, the annual review of Angola’s economy, made the recommendations.
The IMF praised the reforms underway and warned of the need to maintain and deepen non-oil revenue mobilization and public finance management to offset the country . . .