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Angola External Debt (USD bn)

External Debt in Angola

After easing in Q4 2022, growth likely remained downbeat in Q1. Oil production declined during the quarter due to maintenance work on the offshore oil field Dalia in February and March. Additionally, oil prices averaged lower in Q1 relative to Q4. These developments bode poorly for the external sector and government finances. More positively, the non-oil sector likely strengthened, buttressed by lower inflation during the period. Shifting to the current quarter, a normalization of oil output in April after maintenance was completed bodes well for activity. In other news, on 4 May, the country signed financing agreements with the EU worth USD 133 million. The funding is part of a Multi-annual Indicative Programme for 2021–2027 and aims to enhance the agricultural sector, formalize the economy and strengthen public finances.

Angola External Debt Chart

This chart displays External Debt (USD bn) for Angola from 2012 to 2021.

Angola External Debt Data

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
External Debt (USD bn) 59.8 63.8 64.8 67.5 67.3

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