A mission from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is due to return in early autumn to Cabo Verde (Cape Verde) for regular annual consultations with the government of the archipelago, the IMF said in a statement issued at the end of last week.
The mission, which Thursday concluded a three-day visit to Cabo Verde for the first contacts with the new government.
“The talks focused on the development, outlook and economic challenges of Cabo Verde and the political priorities of the new government,” said the head of the mission, Ulrich Jacoby, quoted in the statement.
Jacoby also said the IMF had analysed the draft state budget for 2016 and the preliminary considerations for the general parameters of the medium term economic and fiscal climate. (macauhub/CV)