Political Economy Summary
|Independence||11 November 1975|
|Current Head of State & Govt||H.E. João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Manuel Domingos Augusto|
|Minister of Finance||Archer de Sousa Mangueira|
|Central Bank Govenor||José de Lima Massano|
|Next National Elections Date||2022|
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Real GDP Growth in Angola declined drastically after the post-2014 international commodity crisis that led to a halving of the price of crude oil. GDP ...
Post-independence Angola was challenged with conflict and political instability mainly from two liberation organisations; People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) and the National ...
Historically, Angola’s native population went through a process of land dispossession under Angola’s Civil Code instituted by the Portuguese colonial authorities. The law effectively transferred ...
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Interview about the looming public debt crisis in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) focused on the its source and what governments can do to ...
Interview about changes in Presidents in Angola, Zimbabwe and South Africa; their promises as they enter new terms; and approaches to dealing with corruption and ...