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Briefings and training
13 October 2020
Angola Joins Calls for Extension to 2021 of G-20 Debt Service Suspension Initiative
Angola is joining other African nations in calling for an extension to 2021 of the G-20 Initiative for Suspending Debt Service (DSSI), due to the economic and financial crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
12 October 2020
Analysis: China and Africa in the Age of Covid-19
Yes, the new age of China-Africa relations will be made of painstaking debt talks. But China´s capital in Africa - both financial and diplomatic - is unrivaled.
29 September 2020
Angola Expected to Get Financial Relief From China
Having obtained financial relief from G20 countries, Angola should also have similar support from China, in light of its difficulties in dealing with official debtload as the economy heads downwards, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) says.
21 September 2020
Angola’s Debt to China Estimated at USD 20.1 billion
Angola's debt to China is estimated at USD 20.1 billion, and is the country's largest creditor, said Finance Minister Vera Daves Friday.
17 September 2020
Angola Gets Additional USD 765 million from IMF
Angola is to get an additional USD 1.765 billion from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), to assist in dealing with economic and health crises, compounded by the decline in oil prices due to the country´s dependence on oil exports.
02 September 2020
Angola to Benefit From Debt Service Suspension Initiative
The Paris Club Creditor Countries have deemed Angola eligible for a suspension of debt service due from 1st May to 31st December 2020, under the Debt service suspension Initiative (DSSI) also endorsed by the G20.