Economy, Finance and Trade: Angola

February 2022

After five years of economic slowdown, Angola recorded a positive GDP increase, thanks to elevated oil prices, economic stabilisation efforts and international support. Over the medium term, inflation is set to cool down due to stricter monetary policy, while economic diversification efforts are expected to spur investment in non-oil sectors. Having one of the highest public debt-to-GDP ratios globally, Angola follows a fiscal consolidation path, with lower public spending and support from the

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Economy, Finance and Trade: Angola

HEADLINES

PROSPECTS

Angola is set to witness gradual economic recovery
Inflationary pressure in Angola is forecast to decrease over the medium term, thanks to more restrictive monetary policy
Angola continues to repay its loans to China via exports, with a very limited amount being offered to the global markets
Recovering oil prices lead to renewed investment sentiment in Angola
The country’s public debt-to-GDP ratio fell significantly, thanks to higher oil revenues and IMF support

ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE

Chart 1 Economic Landscape of Angola: 2021-2040 Chart 2 Real GDP Growth in Angola: 2010-2040 Chart 3 GDP Size and Growth: 2016-2040 Chart 4 Gross Value Added by Sector in Angola: 2021 Chart 5 Domestic Demand: 2021 and Period Growth 2016-2021 Chart 6 Productivity: 2016/2021

MONETARY INDICATORS

Chart 7 Monetary Landscape of Angola: 2021 Chart 8 Inflation: 2010-2040 Chart 9 Average Inflation: 2010-2040 Chart 10 Interest Rates in Angola: 2010-2022 Chart 11 Exchange Rates: 2010-2021 Chart 12 Money Supply Growth and Money Velocity in Angola: 2015-2021

FOREIGN TRADE

Chart 13 Foreign Trade Landscape of Angola: 2021 Chart 14 Exports and Export Price Index in Angola: 2014-2021 Chart 15 Exports by Commodity in Angola: 2021 Chart 16 Top 10 Export Destinations: 2021 and Period Growth 2016-2021 Chart 17 Imports and Import Price Index in Angola: 2014-2021 Chart 18 Imports by Commodity in Angola: 2021 Chart 19 Top 10 Import Origins: 2021 and Period Growth 2016-2021

INVESTMENTS

Chart 20 Investment Landscape of Angola: 2020-2021 Chart 21 FDI Intensity: 2020 Chart 22 Foreign Direct Investment in Angola: 2015-2020 Chart 23 Gross Fixed Capital Formation in Angola: 2010-2021

GOVERNMENT FINANCE

Chart 24 Government Budget Landscape of Angola: 2021 Chart 25 Public Debt: 2021 Chart 26 Government Revenue: 2021 Chart 27 Government Expenditure: 2021 Chart 28 Government Expenditure by Economic Type in Angola: 2021 Chart 29 Government Expenditure by Function in Angola: 2021 and Period Growth 2016-2021
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