Hailed by the IMF, the good results recorded by Lomé should be consolidated by the National Development Plan (PND) in March 2019.
With less than five months from the end of the agreement with the IMF on the disbursement of 238 million dollars, the country's macroeconomic indicators are green. "Togo has come a long way, and its economic trajectory is now on the right track", estimated the experts of the Fund during the last program review in December.
Even if the follow-up to the latter has not yet been agreed between the two parties, the results obtained are already appreciable, particularly in fiscal and budgetary matters. "Immediately after the elections, the new government will begin discussions with the IMF to conclude a new program," promises Sani Yaya, Minister of the Economy and Finance. Our economy has huge financing needs, even as we have to meet pressing social demands. "
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